Anonymous Canada have launched a news program in which they cover everything that might present an interest to their supporters and to the Canadian public in general.
In the first episode, the hacktivists detail an action initiated by a Montreal company against file-sharing sites and their customers. Anonymous warns that users can be fined and even jailed.
They also talk about Op C-45
, the campaign they initiated after the Canadian government signed the controversial bill C-45.
The hackers announce the launch of a new operation called Op Thunderbird, a campaign aimed at police and politicians whom they accuse of “ignoring the horrors of missing and murdered indigenous women.”
Finally, they urge citizens who believe they are affected by the recent Human Resources and Skills Development (HRSD) data breach
to contact the government.