Latest Anonymous Operation : Tunisia
“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed—if all records told the same tale—then the lie passed into history and became truth. ‘Who controls the past’ ran the Party slogan, ‘controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.'”
– George Orwell, 1984, Book 1, Chapter 3
A time for truth has come. A time for people to express themselves freely and to be heard from anywhere in the world. The Tunisian government wants to control the present with falsehoods and misinformation in order to impose the future by keeping the truth hidden from its citizens. We will not remain silent while this happens. Anonymous has heard the claim for freedom of the Tunisian people. Anonymous is willing to help the Tunisian people in this fight against oppression. It will be done. It will be done.
This is a warning to the Tunisian government: attacks at the freedom of speech and information of its citizens will not be tolerated. Any organization involved in censorship will be targeted and will not be released until the Tunisian government hears the claim for freedom to its people. It’s on the hands of the Tunisian government to stop this situation. Free the net, and attacks will cease, keep on that attitude and this will just be the beginning.
We do not forgive,
We do not forget,
In the news:
Anonymous Rallies Behind Tunisian Protesters
Anonymous has launched distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against Tunisian official websites in response to the government’s efforts to censor WikiLeaks.
The notorious group of Internet activists reacted to Tunisian administration’s order to ban access to WikiLeaks and several of its mirrors sites after the organization published two US diplomatic cables touching on the issue of corruption in the country. read more…
Pro-WikiLeaks hackers bring down Tunisian government websites
Hacktivists have struck a number of official websites in the African country of Tunisia, seemingly in response to the government’s attempts to block access related to leaked cables that related to the country.According to The Guardian, Tunisia and other Arab nations have tried to control the flow of WikiLeaks-related information into their country by blocking websites and banning overseas newspapers. read more…