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However, he did not blank out the password in the screenshot.A multitude of /b/ users then attempted to log in with the new password, and the account was automatically locked out by Yahoo! The incident was criticized by some /b/ users, one of whom complained that "seriously, /b/.As a result, Turner sued 4chan, e Baum's World, 7chan, and other websites for copyright infringement.He lost his plea for an injunction, however, and failed to receive letters from the court, which caused the lawsuit to lapse.
Early in the evening of September 9, Anonymous took down the prime minister's website with a distributed denial-of-service attack.
Anonymous held a second wave of protests on March 15, 2008 in cities all over the world, including Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Vancouver, Toronto, Berlin, and Dublin.
The global turnout was estimated to be "between 70", a number similar to that of the first wave.
The Global Television Network report identified the group responsible for Forcand's arrest as a "self-described Internet vigilante group called Anonymous" who contacted the police after some members were "propositioned" by Forcand with "disgusting photos of himself".
The report also stated that this is the first time a suspected Internet predator was arrested by the police as a result of Internet vigilantism.