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Operation Titstorm hits the streets

schliz (994115) writes | more than 4 years ago

Australia 0

schliz (994115) writes "Hacker group 'Anonymous' is organising international, real-life protests of the Australian mandatory internet filter this coming Saturday. Protests will take place in major Australian cities as well as at Australian embassies around the world.

The protests are said to be the second stage of 'Operation Titstorm', which unleashed a prolonged DDoS attack on Australian government websites last week. Organisers of the so-called Project Freeweb said: "If passed, this legislation will set a disturbing precedent at an international level. The public, not the Government, should have the right to decide what is deemed appropriate for you or your family to be exposed to.""

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