"The hacker ethos has a passion for truth. It wants what's real to be out there...reality is that with which when you stop believing in it, it refuses to go away."
By ridding oneself of a personal subjective, and giving oneself to an anonymous collective, much like Evey and the members of Anonymous, what is being exposed? Flooding the self, as well as the network much like in the denial of service protests, is used as a means to what? The sections of Anonymous that aim to subvert the freedom of the speech and the freedom of the press just to show they can are the ones I'm interested in. They are the ones that are causing the chaos, flooding the network with information meant to dismantle it's shape, bring down structure, but aren't they agents of chaos, not anarchy? I'm still grappling at V's distinction.