Anonymous Hackers Release Statement, Live Video Stream of Adbusters’ Occupy Wall Street Protest
Following the launch of Adbusters' Occupy Wall Street protest on Saturday, hacker collective Anonymous has released a fresh statement and live video feed explaining and chronicling its involvement. Wikimedia

Alongside its new OpPayPal hacker collective Anonymous has promised to release a fresh batch of data taken from the U.S. FBI.

Following its statement criticising the FBI's ongoing hunt for its members, Anonymous has promised to release a fresh batch of data taken from the FBI during one of its cyber raids.

The promise was made via the the group's Twitter page yesterday evening when the group tweeted: "Also, tomorrow: Expect something nice. Looks like the FBI asked for a slap in the face. Well, we can deliver. #FFF (On Thursday, who cares)."

The data release was originally scheduled for today, but for as yet undisclosed reasons has been postponed until tomorrow. The group announced the delay tweeting: "This just in: Release has been postponed until tomorrow for a proper #F**kFBIFriday #FFF | We we're told it will be fun! | #AntiSec."

The news comes just as the group embarks on its new OpPayPal campaign. Started earlier this week the new operation was created by Anonymous as a means to protest the FBI's arrest of, and PayPal's subsequent lawsuit against, suspected Anonymous members.

The group is yet to release any further information regarding the exact nature of the information, nor the specific time tomorrow the release will happen.