Members of LulzSec recently posted a YouTube video announcing their plans to return to action on April 1.
"'Several days ago we decided to swiftly bring back our humble hacking group and set sail towards the Interwebz once again, much to the dismay of corrupt governments and corporations across the planet. It's ridiculous to believe that by arresting the six prime members of LulzSec that you've stopped us. You haven't stopped us, you have merely disrupted the active faction,' the video said in a computer-generated British accent," writes InformationWeek's Mathew J. Schwartz.
"The group announced that it would officially resume attacks on April 1, 2012," Schwartz writes. "The video continued, 'Lulzsec will start targeting governments, corporations, agencies, and quite possibly the people watching this video. We are here for the lulz, the fame, the anarchy, and the people.'"
Go to "LulzSec Announces April Fool's End To Retirement" to read the details.
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