http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/...becoming-clear

Anon over the holidays made a massive hack of security firm Stratford, stealing and using credit card among things like emails, passwords, phone numbers. Personally I think Anon went too far this time, as its reported not only did they hack the company but making donations to charity who is legally obligated to turn over that money as they are unable to accept or keep (even if already spent/used) stolen goods.

So really Anon didn't just hurt individuals or a security firm but the numerous other people who relied on that charity and its potential good works not to mention this comes in a time when the US Congress (and no matter what you think US policy on internet laws will have a global effect) is debating more strict laws for Internet usage and content.