Our Twitter team received a rare view into the strategic center for today’s anonymous operations supporting Tibetan Independence Day (February 13) Thank you @team_riddler for sharing your photo, appreciation also to @AnonymousTibet for the updates, the most recent of which is a statement released in the pasty hour signed by #teamriddler and #Op_Tibet which lists those Chinese regime websites that have been attacked. More here: http://pastebin.com/7JmuFCJg
Chinese regime websites continue to be targeted by anonymous activists in an operation timed to support Tibetan Independence Day, earlier this morning three sites were taken offline, see our previous post.
In the past hour two more (see print-screens above) have been attacked by #teamriddler and #Op_Tibet. Grateful thanks to @AnonymousTibet for reporting on these actions.
Anonymous has targeted three Chinese government websites http://www.btzf.gov.cn/ http://cscz.gov.cn/ and http://www.edu.cqdx.gov.cn/ late today in an operation timed to coincide with Tibetan Independence Day (February 13).
The targets have been taken offline by activist projects called #teamriddler and #Op_Tibet. Much appreciation to @AnonymousTibet for news on this and @ProjectInject for tweeting the graphics to our Twitter account.
Anonymous activists have been issuing various statements across the internet announcing their support for Tibetan Independence Day (February 13) Well we are just seeing on Twitter that a number of actions look set to be launched targeting Chinese government websites. Many thanks to @AnonymousTibet for posting news on this, we shall update on further developments
A statement by the Anonymous hacking collective #teamriddler has been posted declaring action against Chinese government websites to coincide with ‘Tibetan Independence Day’ on February 13th.
Appreciation to @AnonymousTibet for posting news of this latest development.
Image courtesy of #Anonymous
What an amazingly positive day this is proving for Tibet’s cause, across the internet and social media people are discussing and sharing about Tibetan independence, over on Twitter the flag of Tibet is being shared far and wide. Wonderful to see such solidarity and good-hearted actions.
Special mention must be made to those Anonymous activists who have again shown a remarkable capacity to break through China’s internet defenses and wreak havoc with Chinese government websites. There has been much buzz over on Twitter over the past week and it was great to see that ‘Operation Tibet’ was going to strike on Tibetan Independence Day in support of Tibet’s just cause.
Imagine the applause then which erupted over the past few hours as Anonymous targeted a number of websites run by China’s regime, some operating in occupied Tibet, and left a trail of wreckage, defacement and hacked sites, including that of the Supreme Court of China, which was taken offline by hacktivists earlier this morning. Others have been trashed, including a site linked to East Turkestan, the content of which has been removed and replaced with unreadable characters. While two sites that cover regions in Eastern Tibet have been completely crashed!
It’s a remarkable action and this Blog wishes to express a genuine gratitude to those anonymous individuals who have invested their skill, experience and energy in striking a blow for Tibet at the virtual heart of China’s tyrants. Thanks are due also to our many friends on Twitter and also @tibettruth for sharing information on this latest action, as we have said previously, together we make the difference! Awesome work guys and the oppressed people of Tibet would be very happy and encouraged to learn of such incredible support.
A short statement has just been posted across the internet from anonymous activists detailing an action which is supporting the Tibetan Independence Day, several Chinese government websites have been named as targets, including some based in occupied Tibetan regions. More details may be seen: HERE
Thanks to @plutoscave for the heads-up on this item