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Anonymous Comes to Town: The hackers who took on high school sexual assault in Ohio        The Guardian        18 April 2019

 

The sleepy rustbelt town of Steubenville, Ohio,

was once best known for high school sports

and as the birthplace of Dean Martin.

 

But when a teen sexual assault

committed by two members of the football team surfaced,

the shadowy hacker group Anonymous

caught wind of the story and decided to intervene.

 

After publishing videos and social media

from the night of the assault to their millions of online followers,

they sparked viral outrage and demands for #JusticeforJaneDoe.

 

They unleashed a passionate mob

and their actions divided the small town,

but in the process gave strength

to generations of women forced to hide abuse.

 

This film asks,

when it seems like nothing will change,

when is it OK for outsiders to intervene?

 

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