Anonymous Calls for Germany to Protest Against Censorship and Surveillance – Video

The hacktivists have planned an international protest day on February 23

 
Anonymous hacktivists reveal that the date of February 23, 2013, will be an “international day of action against censorship and surveillance.” In their latest video, Anonymous calls for German users to join the protests part of the operations known as OpBigBrother, OpWCIT and OpTrapwire.

Anonymous hacktivists reveal that the date of February 23, 2013, will be an “international day of action against censorship and surveillance.” In their latest video, Anonymous calls for German users to join the protests part of the operations known as OpBigBrother, OpWCIT and OpTrapwire.

Governments keep claiming that the role of the surveillance systems is to enhance security, but information obtained by the hackers proves otherwise, Anonymous warns.

They highlight that the proposed Internet regulatory control treaty has been rejected at the latest World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT), but it will surely be brought up at the next meeting as well.

“Be aware that governments and private companies are trying to divide the control of the Internet among themselves,” the hacktivists stated.

“Get ready for the next day of protest action against censorship and surveillance,” they added.

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