Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 9:31 am IST
Anonymous protests across the country today. Will you be there?
| by Padmini Harchandrai |
The 9th of June is here and many cities will see Internet freedom enthusiasts come together and fight against Internet censorship. It's the day that Anonymous has been preparing for and while we can only guess what their long term plans for after the protest are, for now the priority is raising their voice, so they can be heard on the ground. The protests being held today are STRICTLY non-violent and Anonymous, on their OpIndia website, has laid down some ground rules for keeping the peace. They said that absolutely no vehicles will be allowed on the protest site as this can lead to injury and ruckus. They've also said that no one is to bring or carry weapons like knives and stones. Furthermore, the hacktivist group recommends that if the police block the way, protestors should stay 50 meters away from them and absolutely, under no circumstances confront them. The group does say that if anyone starts any violence, other protestors should turn the trouble maker over to the police. There will be no fire or burning of any sorts of figures at the protest.
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