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Online activist group Anonymous has once again changed tactics in its campaign to support Wikileaks, eschewing web-based attacks.At least one faction of the group has urged supporters to plaster the streets with pro-Wikileaks propaganda on 18 December.
Earlier this week, people associated with the group began a campaign to flood the fax machines of PayPal, Mastercard and Amazon with copies of secret memos published by Wikileaks.
The firms were targeted after refusing Wikileaks' custom and had previously had their websites attacked.
Within Anonymous there has been a growing consensus to change tactics, Phill Midwinter, who describes himself as an active member of the collective, told BBC News.
"We don't want to annoy or make life difficult for internet users," he said.
Paperstorm was one of "about 10" initiatives that would enable Anonymous to publicise the leaked cables and the case of Bradley Manning, the US Army intelligence specialist being held in conjunction with the leaks, said Mr Midwinter.'