Demonstrations, News Item, Tibet

Anonymous’ Operation Tibet Issue New Year Warning Against Chinese Government Websites

Anonymous activists #Op_Tibet have today issued a video statement across social media announcing their continued support for the Tibetan cause and declaring an intent to intensify attacks against Chinese government websites. We are extremely grateful to those who created the video for referencing our activism for Tibet. Many thanks also to @AnonymousTibet for sharing news of this development.

Demonstrations, News Item, Tibet

Third Day Of Anonymous Action Exposes Emails & Passwords Of 15000 Chinese Sites

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The Anonymous assault against Chinese government and business websites continues, a third day of activism from #Op_Tibet and #BlackHat has hacked into 15000 emails. Details, including passwords have been revealed, exposing these targets to further attacks.

These were anonymously posted here: https://pastebin.com/3PwTx8SZ

We’d like to express our genuine thanks to everyone involved, your active solidarity with Tibet and its people is an invaluable and much appreciated support.

Shout-out to @AnonymousTibet for the heads-up on news of this

Demonstrations, News Item, Tibet

Second Anonymous Attack From #BlackHat #Op_Tibet Wrecks More Chinese Sites

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Anonymous activists struck dozens more Chinese websites on December 5th in an action taken by #Op_Tibet & #BlackHat. Many government sites were targeted and taken offline by the attack, which was taken in support of Tibet’s just cause for national freedom and human rights. Respect to all those who participated in this immensely successful digital activism, your solidarity is greatly appreciated. Thanks to our team across Twitter for the heads-up on this and also to @AnonymousTibet for sharing the image above.

Demonstrations, News Item, Tibet

Anonymous Activists Cautiously Welcome Lifting Of Censorship By Cambridge University Press

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It appears as if the global outcry at the censorship applied by Cambridge University Press (CUP) at the behest of the Chinese regime has resulted in a volte face by the respected publisher. An announcement issued 8/21 by Cambridge University, which owns CUP, made clear it was making publications previously blocked available again. A decision no doubt much to the annoyance of China’s authorities.

The international response to the censorship applied by CUP was intense, drawing severe criticism from across the academic community and human rights advocates. It also generated action from Anonymous activists who targeted the website of CUP taking it offline during the course of two days. Meanwhile a statement has been posted  on Twitter by #Op_Tibet and #anons4TIBET which welcomes the decision but warns Cambridge University Press that further action will result if any more censorship is applied. Thanks to @AnonymousTibet for the headsup on this information.

Demonstrations, News Item, Tibet

Anonymous’ #Op_Tibet Hacks 15000 Chinese Usernames & Passwords

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Breaking news received from the Anonymous collective #blackhat reports that some 15000 China-linked usernames and passwords have been hacked as part of the ongoing #Op_Tibet action. This latest strike, taken in support of Tibet’s cause for human rights and national freedom has left many Chinese websites exposed and vulnerable to further attacks. Sincere thanks to all, who know who they are, that contributed and for sharing news of this action.