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“The term "Operation Twist" comes from the early 1960s, when the Fed tried something similar.”
“Few had heard the term Operation Streamline but 35 of the 96 said they had appeared before a judge and been convicted.”
“The last time I checked the mission is still disguised with the title Operation Iraqi Freedom.”
“The Defense Department junked the name Operation Infinite Justice for its campaign against terrorism.”
“The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives launched its now infamous gun-tracking program in Arizona in late 2009, under the moniker "Operation Fast and Furious" a reference to a series of movies about street car racers.”
“Chubby Checker's dance craze was sweeping the nation in the era of "American Bandstand," and the name Operation Twist stuck instead.”
“But at the time, Chubby Checker's record "The Twist" was all the rage, and the name "Operation Twist" stuck instead.”
“The infiltration was discovered when McAfee came across a command-and-control server, used by the hackers for directing the remote administration tools-"RATs," hence the name "Operation Shady RAT"-installed in the victim organizations, during the course of an invesigation of break-ins at defense contractors.”
“Internet "hacktivists" operating under the label Operation Payback claimed responsibility in a Twitter message for causing severe technological problems at the website for MasterCard, which pulled the plug on its relationship with WikiLeaks a day ago.”
“The 1,000-strong group of activists launched what they called Operation Payback, vowing to give perceived anti-WikiLeaks companies a "black eye".”
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