Sunday 11 November 2012
Recording the prosecution of Hacktivists alleged of involvement in Anonymous activities is an essential function of the Anonymous Solidarity Network. Educating the public regarding these matters is equally as important. In an effort to more efficiently address these goals, “FreeAnons” is happy to announce our full collaboration with Par:AnoIA. Contributors of both networks will begin working in close cooperation with one another, to research and publish information regarding the prosecution of Anons.
Par:AnoIA Tracker keeps track of arrests of alleged Anonymous activists and their court processes. Inclusion in Par:AnoIA Tracker should not be taken as a confirmation that those listed are members of Anonymous, that any online handle matches any real life name, or that those listed are in fact guilty of any criminal offenses. Inclusion merely acknowledges public media or law enforcement reports.
The Anonymous Solidarity Network “#FreeAnons” was founded to play a vital role in the context of Anonymous. We see our mission consisting of three main parts. Education, Advocacy, and Support for those anons who are persecuted. Our educational mission consists of educational material and training. If you are interested please ask.
Our second mission is advocacy. We publish media and material, send people to hearings, and work with the media to advocate the cause of Anonymous. The third essential part of our mission is support. We raise funds, send care packages, arrange for attorneys, perform research, and in any other way we can, support those Anons who are being persecuted. We never have enough resources, but we do our best to support those Anons in their time of need.
We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Campaign to support arrested Anons # We Are FreeAnons
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