Organizers of the so-called Operation Payback today asked for and appear to have received additional bots from established botnets to further their cause of disrupting firms they perceive as deterring Internet freedom of speech by not supporting WikiLeaks and its now-incarcerated founder, Julian Assange, according to researchers at Imperva.
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