Hacker groups call for PayPal boycott

Hacker groups call for PayPal boycott

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paypal thumb Hacker groups call for PayPal boycottHacker groups Anonymous and Lulz Security have called for a boycott of PayPal to punish the electronic payments firm for its refusal to accept donations for WikiLeaks.

PayPal, Visa and MasterCard have stopped accepting donations for WikiLeaks in December after the website began releasing sensitive US State Department cables.

PayPal says the decision to restrict the WikiLeaks account wasn’t the result of any pressure from the US government.


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