Grand Jury to Consider Evidence of "Anonymous" Attacks

A U.S. grand jury will consider evidence collected by the FBI about Anonymous, which attacked websites of four companies to punish them for blocking contributions to WikiLeaks, according to court papers and an informal spokesman for the group of activist hackers. The federal grand jury in San Jose, California, will begin reviewing evidence that includes computers and mobile phones seized from suspected leaders as prosecutors probe the coordinated so-called denial-of-service attacks in December, according to a federal subpoena and the spokesman, Barrett Brown.