（原文） If you want to read a book that is both entertaining, informative and gives you a unique insight into how our modern-day world is changing, please pick up "We Are Anonymous." This is a real-life, cutting-edge tale about a few young people whose deep immersion in online communities led them to completely disrupt major companies and government agencies. What's extraordinary is how easily they were able to do what they did, and this book for the first time gives details on their inside story. Anonymous is an example of how more online sub-cultures are spilling into the real world, and the book gives you an accessible route to understanding these fascinating groups, how they work, and how to prepare for them.
I actually think Japan and Japanese culture is a very important element to the community of Anonymous. The website 4chan was modelled after 2chan of Japan and early users were big fans of Japanese anime. On 4chan today there is still big following of anime and cosplay. One of the main interviewees of my book, Topiary, was a big fan of Japanese dubstep too. There's a lot of cross over.