Even though against the law – as the law is increasingly becoming a tool for the economic profit making of the political and economic elites, while exploiting society and nature – this was a significantly important thing to do. Nobody can expect humanity to just sit and wait for being annihilated by the deadly genetic engineered biotechnology and its profit seekers. Thus, people have to resist. There are various ways of showing resistance to a corrupt and domineering institutional system, and this is one of them.
Anonymous posted a statement shortly after, detailing their assault:
“Over the last 2 months we have pushed the exposure of hundreds of pages of articles detailing Monsanto’s corrupt, unethical, and downright evil business practices. We blasted their Web infrastructure to **** for two days straight, crippling all three of their mail servers as well as taking down their main Web sites worldwide. We dropped dox [released information] on 2,500+ employees and associates, including full names, addresses, phone numbers, and exactly where they work. We are also in the process of setting up a wiki, to try and get all collected information in a more centralized and stable environment.”