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Anonymous Operation China

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  1. https://www.hackread.com/operationchina-anonymous-hacks-chinese-police-govt/
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  10. A world for a few, a few to justice, land in the hands of a few, few to education, wealth for a few. A world composed of an arrogant elite, perverse and biased, which for centuries controls the policy spheres.
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  12. Hong Kong was a British colony and returned control to china in 1997, when China promised to let Hong Kong be "one country under two systems". This means that we would keep our freedom of speech, protest, etc. In addition to the universal suffrage promised in 2017 (right to vote), it could happen. However, China has never kept his word and obviously rejected and justice and freedom of expression in Hong Kong. Then the honconguês always expressed regularly. These protests have become inefficient when the human rights abuses and violence became more severe.
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  14. In September 2014, students gathered to raise the tone of the protests, seeking a true universal suffrage. They occupied the Civic Plaza, which should be public in accordance with the law, but the government suppressed the wrong. Some students were held in the square for 12 hours without receiving food or water and unable to go to the bathroom. The movement leader Joshua Wong was arrested his house was searched and he was denied by the courts, his bail.
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  16. The demonstrators did not attack, but they used umbrellas to try to defend. They occupied avenues, but not streets with shops and homes. They paved the way for ambulances and trucks of garbage and recycling, and even apologized to other citizens and police, by make them work all night. These acts drew the attention of the world and caused the police to suspend the shares for a few days.
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  18. Pro groups China attacked the protesters, firing at them. Demonstrators were beaten and sexually harassed, but no one helped, the streets were stained with blood. The police remained inert and ignored these aggressions, and started arresting people who were being attacked. This makes us believe that the attackers were, well, paid the government or pro-China parliamentarians.
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  20. Many government Web sites in China suffered DoS attacks (DDOS). This type of attack is but many access requests at the same time, that is, it would be the impediment of people in a building in the real world.
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  22. Some  hacktivists have  being arrested and persecuted by the Chinese Government. Five activists have been arrested accused of causing congestion in chineses sites, and this kind of protest is one of the most peaceful imaginable.
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  24. All citizens should have the right to speak.
  25. Anonymous is an idea of individual and collective freedom, and mutual respect for differences and diversity. There is no room within the Anons structures for the practice of sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, etarismo, capacitismo, scholarship or fascism. No room for hegemonies or oppression of any kind. Freedom of communication should be from the breakdown of media monopolies and encouraging alternative and mainstream media. All Anon is a disseminator of knowledge no one  must be someone's property. All information should be free and be within reach of the people.
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  27.                      Websites pwneds by AnonymousGlobo
  28. http://www.hnpolice.com:88/help.html ===> Website Official of Police
  29. http://www.hack-mirror.com/233986.html ===> Mirror
  30. http://mirror-zone.org/mirror/id/194100 ===> Mirror
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  32. http://www.rcz.gov.cn/index.html
  33. http://www.sdwlxzfw.gov.cn/index.html
  34. http://www.sdwllz.gov.cn/index.html
  35. http://www.stats-xz.gov.cn/index.html
  36. http://www.syjz.gov.cn/index.html
  37. http://www.ezqx.gov.cn/index.htm
  38. http://www.ahdfz.gov.cn/index.html
  39. http://tyzy.tyny.gov.cn/index.html
  40. http://syjz.gov.cn/index.html
  41. http://shyzwfw.gov.cn/index.html
  42. http://sdwllz.gov.cn/index.html
  43. http://ncp.wulian.gov.cn/index.html
  44. http://marry.zjjcl.gov.cn/index.html
  45. http://lyzx.zmdly.gov.cn/index.html
  46. http://lsrsj.dllsk.gov.cn/index.html
  47. http://jubao.fengshun.gov.cn/index.html
  48. http://hzkjj.huazhou.gov.cn/index.html
  49. http://fsdj.fengshun.gov.cn/index.html
  50. http://ezqx.gov.cn/index.html
  51. http://dzjc.hd.gov.cn/index.html
  52. http://down.zzhb.gov.cn/index.html
  53. http://dz.fengshun.gov.cn/index.html
  54. http://dept.dsz.gov.cn/index.html
  55. http://www.fdazy.gov.cn/index.html
  56. http://www.lhsfj.gov.cn/index.html
  57. http://www.nbcsqx.gov.cn/index.html
  58. http://www.rcz.gov.cn/index.html
  59. http://www.sdwlxzfw.gov.cn/index.html
  60. http://www.sdwllz.gov.cn/index.html
  61. http://www.stats-xz.gov.cn/index.html
  62. http://www.syjz.gov.cn/index.html
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  64. root@Anonymous:~# sudo apt-get install Freedom
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