Anonymous #OpIsis: Hacktivists publish how-to guide for identifying Islamic State Twitter accounts

Anonymous claims that its campaign against Islamic State’s social media presence is its biggest ever and wants you to help out.

The group of hacktivists which in the past has carried out numerous high profile campaigns against both private companies like PayPal and governments like the regime in Tunisia, has recently turned its attention to Islamic State and in particular the group’s online presence.

Operation Isis (or OpIsis) has seen the group collect and publish lists of tens of thousands of Twitter accounts which it claimed belonged to members of IS or its sympathisers.