Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Anonymous is making its social network

After seeing one of his accounts banned on Google +, Anonymous is preparing to launch its very own online social networks: AnonPlus. Without of course to miss a series of actions against pirate the new service in Mountain View, guilty of unfairly criticized the group's content. "Welcome to the Revolution," reads a note under the now famous mask of Guy Fawkes, which can be found at anonplus.com, "a new social network without fear of censorship or limits forced disconnections. Life is what you make of it, and we're doing now. In the weeks and months to come will know that we are. There will be more oppression. There will be no more tyranny. We are the people and we are Anonymous.

We have arrived. " "This is what happens when you decide not to march as they want," says the group in another site. "Aall we heard stories about activists who are banned on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or the fact that the government blocks those sites for its employees, or run the specially designed black-out." Those days are over.

Not only individuals have organized an operation against Google +, but we started building our social networks. The age of the flock is over, the network will no longer be your prison. "

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