Anonymous seeking Anonymiss, feminist hackers wanted

Tomorrow many will take to the streets here in San Antonio marching for 21st International Woman's Day March. Organizer's for this year’s march have decided on the theme, “Sin Fronteras Mujeres Marcharán Por la Paz, Justicia y Solidaridad” translated in English “Without Borders, Women Will March For Peace, Justice and Solidarity” to define their vision.

People have been taking to the streets for ages. Surely, taking to the Internet doesn't replace our right to exercise our freedoms of expression, but one can't ignore the decentralized power Anonymous hacktivists have locked onto. From exposing Scientology, to challenging hate groups such as the Westboro Baptist Church, the unidentified international Anonymous community has been vigilantly fighting for people to speek freely.

I'm not sure if Operation Anonymiss has anything to do with Women's History Month, but the infamous on-line community AnonNews has posted this recruitment message for women (with gentlemen in charge of dispersing):


tell your girlfriends, your wives, your sisters, your mothers, that we protect their freedom of speech all around the world. And tell them that it will be even more protected if they protect it themselves. And if they don't do it for the fun, tell them to do it for the innumerable censored women all over the planet. Don't be a wanker : share our ideal!

To view the active feed on the Anonymiss press release visit the Operation Anonymiss page.


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