Parmy Olson cites her sources and the sources are really good reading, they are like pamphlets, chapter by chapter notes, sort of like a sorbet to the book.  Reading the extensive notes at the back of We Are Anonymous did provide one shock, though, the admission that Parmy Olson would like to do is to get Jake Davis and Aaron Barr in a room together, because it would be 'intriguing'. (Without psychiatrists there?) Parmy is definite about Barr being the victim and that Davis is the cyberbully.  Dubious prolly? Especially when so much of the early part of the book describes the unethical methods Barr was using to hound kids/hackers?   While it's true that Barr did poorly out of this exchange and suffered hard, he did provide lots of LULZ didn't he.  No question mark needed for that sentence . . .