A suspected computer hacker arrested in Ft. Collins last week is out on bond. The 27 year old Colorado man was one of 16 people arrested nationwide. They’re accused of a cyber attack on PayPal and alleged to be part of the hacker group Anonymous. On the same day in Europe, officials arrested six people also accused of being part of Anonymous. As Aspen Public Radio‘s Roger Adams reports, the hacker group has vowed to continue what it calls its cyber war.

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