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Elon Musk is targeted by the “hacktivist” group anonymously

Elon Musk is targeted by the "hacktivist" group anonymously

In one video, billionaire Elon Musk, the CEO of the hacker mass anonymous Tesla, is accused of making a radical change on Bitcoin, which has eroded the value of cryptocurrency.

Elon Musk’s effect on bitcoin is unknown. On Saturday, June 5, a group of anonymous hackers posted a video directly addressing Tesla’s owner on its networks. They believe that the latter is only a “rich narcissist”, especially through his tweets. Prick cryptocurrency.

On May 13, after much appreciation of Bitcoin’s credentials and authorizing Tesla to exchange it, Elon Musk suddenly Backtrack, Whose value drops by more than 10%. He defended his decision on environmental grounds that bitcoin mining was particularly powerful. However, he assured that Tesla would not sell its $ 1.5 billion in bitcoin.

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But Anonymous accused the billionaire, Press Headlines, of not declaring the same values ​​in his organization, which relies on lithium mines that destroy the environment, and children are also exploited. The group has fun watching millions of people who show “contempt for the average worker”, pay poorly to its employees and try to improve their lives. Investing in cryptocurrencies.

The hackers also remembered that it was Tesla Get more profits Not through the sale of cars but through US government carbon credits. The massive buying of bitcoins last January also boosted his profits. The ensemble suspects that the billionaire had to disassociate himself from this cryptocurrency and continue to receive subsidies.


The video ends with a thinly veiled warning: “You think you are the smartest person in the room, but you face an opponent your size. We are anonymous. We are the Legion. Expect to see us ”. Without commenting clearly on this post, Elon Musk wrote on Twitter, “Don’t kill what you like, save what you like.”

This group of hackers, who have no hierarchy or known organization, defend civil liberties, freedom of information and freedom of expression. Previously, he led large-scale campaigns against the PayPal payment system (Elon Musk helped develop it) and the Church of Scientology.

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Between August 2010 and January 2011, multiple computer attacks were reported against PayPal’s partner companies to stop using the service. Subsequent losses were recorded at 4.3 million euros. Anonymous criticized the blocking of the PayPal WikiLeaks account.