(Editor's Note: To those readers who are familiar with the term "controlled opposition," the public figurehead of Anonymous and LulzSec has been revealed as a police informant who has apparently ratted out his genuinely subversive hacker colleagues.
One has to ask the question exactly how long were these groups infiltrated, or were they even set-up to attract idealistic, highly skilled hackers -- like bugs to a night-lite?
Deception seems to fuel most modern paradigms which society is being presented in the 21st century.}
(March 6, 2012) A top LulzSec leader turned informant after he was secretly arrested last year and then provided information to law enforcement which resulted in the arrest on two continents Tuesday of other top members of the hacking group, including one of the alleged leaders of the Stratfor hack, according to a news report.
Hector Xavier Monsegur, a 28-year-old New Yorker who allegedly used the online name "Sabu," has been working undercover for the feds since the FBI arrested him without fanfare last June, according to FoxNews.