Answer: Not a whole hell of a lot. 'Anonymous' takes down Americans for Prosperity website
The online activist group "anonymous," which has used coordinated denial of service attacks -- a crude but effective Internet weapon -- to temporary disable sites belonging to foes ranging from Scientology to WikiLeaks foes -- has turned its firepower on the Koch-backed conservative group Americans for Prosperity, making the group's site intermittently unavailable tonight.
From the typically immodest press release, which begins, "Dear Citizens of the United States of America":It has come to our attention that the brothers, David and Charles Koch--the billionaire owners of Koch Industries--have long attempted to usurp American Democracy. Their actions to undermine the legitimate political process in Wisconsin are the final straw. Starting today we fight back.
The manner they chose to "fight back" is to attack the principles of free speech. Evidently free speech isn't meant for everyone, according to this collection of self appointed overmen; a collection, it must be said, who resort to a high-tech form of violence to silence their opponents instead of using rational discourse (which doesn't seem to be their forte anyway.)
All I can say is if the tactics of "Anonymous" appeal to you, you really ought to mature a little and maybe grow a conscience.