There are two main factions within Anonymous: the anarchist and the hacktivist. One believes in no rules; the other takes a moral view of its responsibility to society. One of them handed over the Red Sky hacker.
Anarchy doesn’t mean that the anarchists cannot be moral, it’s just that there is no criticism when they are not. But whether anarchists and hacktivists can forever co-exist under the same umbrella is questionable, for the moral side will forever be tarnished by certain actions within the amoral side.
Recent events with New Zealand’s Red Sky Film and Television are a good example. On 25 July AnonVoldemort tweeted, “RedSky hacked!,” adding “no en nombre de anonymous” (“not on behalf of anonymous”). But AnonVoldemort tagged some of the leading Anonymous accounts, such as @anonctrl and @AnonOpsSweden — clearly linking himself, by association, with Anonymous; and simultaneously drawing attention to himself. Merely by calling himself ‘Anon’ he is part of the anarchist side of Anonymous.
Source: Info Security