Anonymous declares war on NSW DEC

Internet hactivists Anonymous have declared war on the NSW Department of Education and Communities, with attacks being carried out on blogs related to the maligned Carenne Public School and the publication of a video on Youtube.

In an announcement on carennetruth's blog attacked by Anonymous, Anonymous states:

Why has Anonymous decided to fight the NSW Department of Education and Communities, a Goliath while Anonymous is David?


Anonymous press release on Bahrain: 17th Feb 2011

Dear free-thinking citizens of the world,

The Bahrainian government has shown by its actions that it intends to brutally enforce its reign of injustice by limiting free speech and access to truthful information to its citizens and the rest of the world. It is time to call for an end to this oppressive regime. The most basic human right is the transparency of one's government, and Bahrain's is no exception.

Anonymous press release on Libya: 21st Feb 2011

Dear United Nations:

Anonymous wishes you to act.

We are watching the developments in Libya and are shocked.
Shocked by the images we’ve seen.
Shocked by the things Libya’s Anons have told us.
Shocked by the fact that one man ignores the voices of his citizens and opens fire on them.
Shocked by the fact that even with generals and diplomats deserting, this man is still ignoring the will of his people and unwilling to accept their human rights

Anonymous press release on "Operation Egypt"

Dear citizens of the world,

Anonymous cannot and will not stand idly while people are being denied their basic rights and human liberties. Yet there are still a lot of governments worldwide who fail to even aspire to the standard of freedom that was set by the universal declaration of human rights. These governments believe they have the right and privilege to impose upon their own people an official version of reality which is not in any way tampered by the truths of everyday life under which its citizens are living.

Open letter from Anonymous to the UK government - response to 5 arrests

Dear UK government,
We are Anonymous. It has come to our attention that you deemed it necessary to arrest five of our fellow anons for their participation in the DDoS attacks against PayPal, Mastercard, and others, that have been carried out in our name in retaliation for those organisations’ actions against WikiLeaks.