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After the successful revolution in Tunisia, members of the organization turned their attentions to Egypt, which had restricted access to social media websites Twitter and Facebook. The "Anonymous" Facebook page "Operation Egypt" issued a dire warning to the Egyptian government.
"To the Egyptian Govt : Anonymous challenges all those who are involved in censorship," the group wrote. "Anonymous wants you to offer free access to uncensored media in your entire country. When you ignore this message, not only will we attack your govt websites, we will also make sure that the international
Originally posted by Phantom28804
While fascinatiing and interesting I really don't think they need to add anymore fuel to the fire in Egypt. The country is quite literally on the brink of a civil war. I would say it is crappy timing on "Anonymous" part. The thing I love the most about this group is the fact that they hide behind there anonymity. True "revolutionaries" and "heroes" do not hide behind masks. Seems more like to me that they are out for attention more then they are out for helping anyone.
True "revolutionaries" and "heroes" do not hide behind masks.
I wish they would stop merely DDoS attacking websites and go a few layers deeper.