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LULz

Internet speak for "lots of laughs." LULz is the plural derivation of the acronym LOLs ("laughs out loud"). Another form is "LOLz." LULz is sometimes used to express excitement about another person's misfortune or after getting away with a prank. See digispeak.
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Chapter 2, "Project Chanology--I Came for the Lulz but Stayed for the Outrage," recounts Anonymous' first campaign, against the Church of Scientology in 2008, which combined online direct action with more traditional street protests in the physical space.
Lulz is internet slang that can be interpreted as "laughs", "humour" or "amusement", and Sec refers to "security".
However, it was self-described activist organizations such as Anonymous and Lulz Security who stole 58 percent of the data while being involved in far fewer cyber attacks, according to Verizon.
We promised you a Valentine's Day to remember and told you that lulz were on their way," posted Anonymous on its Twitter account yesterday.
We promised you a Valentine's Day to remember and told you that lulz were on their way,' posted Anonymous on its Twitter account yesterday.
Already, a small but growing number of people are using a small but growing number of devices and apps to meticulously monitor and record their vital signs, their moods, their locations, their physical activities, their financial transactions, in ways that go far beyond the ephemeral "likes" and lulz of online lives.
Kretsinger, 23, belonged to Lulz Security, or LulzSec, a group of 'elite computer hackers' that undertook cyber attacks on the computer systems of businesses and government entities in the US and around the world, according to an indictment unsealed in federal court in Los Angeles.
He also posted images of public schoolgirl Natasha on the site with text scrawled across it saying "spoilt dead c***", "I caught the train to heaven lol (laugh out loud)" and "I committed suicide for the lulz (laughs)".
Esto quedo al descubierto despues de los ineditos e ingeniosos ataques que ha realizado un grupo de hackers (invasores informaticos) conocido como Lulz Security (LulzSec) y que se ha convertido en la nueva pesadilla para los gobiernos de Washington y Londres.
The loosely organized hacker group Lulz Security has claimed hacks into websites owned by Sony as well as the US Public Broadcasting Service and Fox.
Cleary's attacks coincide with campaigns launched by the amorphous Internet campaign group Anonymous and the smaller Lulz Security group of hackers -- both of whom have hit US targets.
Also, in the latest flurry of hack-ins, the loosely organized group Lulz Security said it broke into the Senate's and CIA's public websites, as well as Sony and other targets.