‘Anonymous’ attacks Ukrainian government websites and threatens with further action

Written by on August 9, 2012 in Europe, News - No comments

The online activist group “Anonymous” has shut down three government websites in retaliation for last week’s government shutdown of the popular Ukrainian torrent site demonoid,” where users share pirated videos.

In a video released on Aug. 7, the group accuses the Ukrainian government of pandering to US interests and threatens the government with more attacks.

In the video released on their blog, a female voice declares the following:

“This atrocity has been carried out by the copywrong police of Ukraine, as their gift to the United Fascists of America. We will not let this go unpunished. We will seek revenge against all criminals responsible and their punishments will be severe. We can no longer sit around and watch this censorship happen right in front of us. Haven’t you, Ukraine, learned anything from the Anonymous ‘Collective? (…)”

Read the full story at The Kyiv Post.

(Photo: Matt Cunnelly/flickr.com)

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