The Great Infowar of 2010 pitting First Amendment idealism against the awesome powers of the State seems to have degenerated into a hacking and hissing match — with major companies paying the price.

Late Tuesday and Wednesday pro-WikiLeaks hackers launched attacks on MasterCard, a Swiss bank and others that have taken actions against the classified document-leaking site and its founder, Julian Assange.

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