Internet-based activism

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Boycott Change petition site for selling out to the government

I received this email from Change.org – it was Women and Child Minister for India – Maneka Gandhi petitioning for policy ideas! Whacky, but this is a government for the absurd. I delted the email and forgot about it, till Swarna Rajgopalan asked about it on Twitter. Someone had forwarded the email to her. She …

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5 things that tell you “Legion” hackers are yet another BJP front

So a few days ago,anonymous hackers calling themselves “Legion” hacked Rahul Gandhi’s Twitter account and made profane tweets from it. Anonymous legion hackers then compromised the official Congress handle and other accounts, all of them with official inc.in email IDs. Yesterday, the anonymous hackers calling themselves “Legion” hacked Barkha Dutt’s Twitter account followed by Ravish Kumar’s. The …

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Anonymous calls for protests on the ground on 9th June 2012

Greetings People of India Anonymous for the past many weeks had been protesting against the attack by governments and corporations on the freedom of speech and expression guaranteed to to every Indian citizen by the Constitution of india. The protest began when the Indian ISPs began blocking file sharing sites and other websites under the order of the madras high …

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Reliance Broadband hacked by Anonymous blocked sites list leaked

A hacker called Isac hacked into the reliance broadband server to leave a message for all users trying to access the internetfrom Reliance Broadband today. It was removed quickly. However, the Reliance server had got hacked on the 15th May earlier. They had got a list of sites blocked on the Reliance network. They had …

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