18:39 18th May, 2012
Anonymous Brings Down Reliance Big Entertainment's Website
TechTree team celebrates by going out to lunch.
The hacker collective Anonymous seems to be on a roll. It had already taken a keen interest in the internet censorship scourge that has plagued India of late. As Congress is busy trying to convince the world that their website was down due to a network congestion and not due to Anonymous' efforts, the guys have been planning to strike again - this time to bring down websites of the opposition party BJP and Reliance Big Entertainment (RBE).
Although sources had suggested that the attack had been slated for execution at 1400 IST, the BJP website seems to be running fine as of publishing this article. However the RBE website is currently down. It looks like Relaince ADAG has learned it the hard way that using the courts to enforce internet censorship isn't the smartest thing to do, especially when this merry band of internet vigilantes is on the prowl.
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