Thursday, April 21, 2011

Anonymous Silenced By Youtube (News)


Anonymous (as everyone should know by now) has been since of April censored by Google. Operation Sony, Operation Sony update, and Operation Black Out have all been censored and taken off YouTube as of April; Claiming to have been a violation of "YouTube's Terms and Service."

Along with this some information that has caught the eye of many internet users (or should have) is the New Zealand law that passed a "3 Strikes-style law" to deal with online file-sharing that will effect everyone in the world. It claims to have Internet Service Providers (ISP) to send letters to a person "at the behest of rights of holders." Forcing a stop to the internet for that individual after the third strike.
A protest of the New Zealand government is already underway and according to some information received by TorrentFreak, Anonymous has yet another plan to help protest against New Zealand. Other anonymous source (not The Anonymous)  have claimed that a DDoS is to happen but one with a technical twist that hasn't been used by the group at all before.

8 comments:

  1. They are certainly ramping up efforts against a free web. Looking forward to Anonymous's next move :)

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  2. Is anonymous going to attack dramatica?

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  3. This is some V like stuff here man, black bag it!

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  4. Anonymous is a group of people who are unknown and are skilled with computers. To be a part of Anonymous, the rules are that you cannot say you are part of Anonymous, and you have to follow instructions from imageboards that contain posts from Anonymous. There are tons of people that are part of Anonymous. To Rockinrule^. Let the DoS begin!

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  5. I hate how archaic the copyright holders are these days. Maybe if they hosted their movies/tv shows online with ads, people will stop illegally downloading movies.

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