Reading Always, State Aims Anonymous Opponents of Internet Freedom Not only the U.S., any country that makes the laws against freedom of the internet will be the target group Anonymous. Evidently, the group attacked three Mexican government website.
This attack was a protest and rejection of the Bill (the Bill) which would tighten the rules to share files on the internet. Web site hijacked by Anonymous, among others, belong to the Chamber of Deputies, Senate, and the Ministry of the Interior of Mexico. Mexico's Interior Minister, Alejandro Poire confirmed that the site had been attacked. Poire said the government was working to prevent attacks like this anymore.
He also promised to investigate and prosecute perpetrators. hacker group Anonymous, who previously had clashed with the Mexican government, asked the government to stop this bill. "We ask the Mexican government did not continue this bill because they would restrict the freedom of opinion and share files," says Anonymous in a video posted on YouTube, before the hijacking. The bill was proposed last month by the National Action Party.
According to Anonymous, if one day this bill passed it could criminalize someone who upload music, videos or books to the Internet without permission from the copyright holder. Indonesia was not separated from the monitoring group spread around the world. Since June 2011 this group has been heard doing (or planning) to attack Indonesia.