Hackers, take note: there’s a cost to coming between gamers and their online communities. Spanish law officers are reporting that they have taken into custody three leaders of the vast, shadowy group of computer hacking ne’er-do-wells collectively known as Anonymous. Despite ample evidence to the contrary, members of Anonymous have previously denied having anything to do with the technological attacks that downed Sony’s PlayStation Network. Anonymous was previously best known for their mischief-making attacks on the likes of the Church of Scientology and Bank of America, and for their support of democracy-spreading protests throughout the Arab world. The names of those taken into custody have yet to be released.