Anonymous’ OpGodFather continues. This time, the hacktivists have published details from the Internet filtering systems instated by Yemen’s government.
“Hello citizens of the world. Here comes another leak. Last time it was UAE. This time the traget was Yemen's government run netfilter,” Isac, one of the coordinators of the campaign, wrote
The blocked websites fall into three main categories: adult sites, ones that offer voice over IP (VoIP) services, and those that criticize the local government.
While the hacktivists are trying to raise awareness on these censorship issues, users from the affected countries claim that the filters are not difficult to bypass.
Many of our readers who reside in these locations state that evading the blockades has become a common practice among internauts.