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Bulgaria: Hackers use gay pop singer’s video to attack Russian court’s website

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  1. Is it just me or does the guy in the video look like Pink with a goatee?

    And well done to whoever did this. If Russia wants to be part of the modern world then it needs to respect it’s citizens.

    1. That’s exactly the problem, Russia doesn’t. Like China they want to have the economic power and wealth of places like United States or EU but the cultural isolation, political authoritarism and overall poor ethics of places like North Korea and Myanmar. Respecting its citizens is not and has never been in the plans of the Kremlin. Unfortunately it seems Russia has never been through a real glasnost since the fall of the Soviet Union.

  2. Anonymyz?

  3. Marcus Tate 24 Aug 2012, 5:34pm

    Go check out the lyrics of Azis’ song.

    It’s fairly obviously a jab at Putin and the Pussy Riot response.

  4. Very Nice :-) Putin is asking for a revolution and he will get one, sooner rather than later.
    Congratulations to the hackers.

    1. And if Russia’s own people isn’t going to make it because they are too submissive or afraid of Putin, well, let the rest of the world make.

  5. Is that a Jedi ? That was the first thing I thought when I saw the man in a hood.

    You know, Jediism is a religion I would gladly follow.

  6. great music and visuals… I like it.

    and I did sign a petition in favor of Pussy Riot

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