Anonymous Hacks Siemens and Fujitsu Websites in Operation Coltan
Hacktivists continue their operations against companies they believe to be responsible for using the “harmful” mineral known as coltan (columbite–tantalite). The latest victims of OpColtan and OpGreenRights are the websites of Fujitsu General Brazil (fujitsugeneral.com.br) and Siemens Switzerland (siemens.ch).
Dear activists for the protection of privacy, dear people from all over the World.
We are Anonymous.
We call you to act now against overall Surveillance-Systems.
Worldwide governments are about to demolish Privacy with Systems like Trapwire and Indect.
Those network surveillance technologies sniff the CCTV cameras, government databases and the Internet to identify people and make a profile of citizens, their families and their socializing.
They pretend to design those systems to secure us against Terrorism but the truth is they have been working on Surveillance-Systems way before the first Terrorists attacks happened.
It's time to act, it's time to show the governments of the World, who we are, it's time to show humanity stands as united, it is time to show what freedom means to us.
We call all Activists over the world, from south and north America, from Asia, from Africa, from Australia and Oceania, from the Arab spring and from the European Union, to be a part of the Protest, against Surveillance Systems.
Act now and spread the word in your mother tongue, enter your Countries and Cities, in the pad linked on the description of this video.
Governments are supposed to defend the interest of their peoples. They are not here to cheat the citizens.
It's our Freedom and our privacy.
Let us unite the whole humanity as one.
Let it be the largest protests of the world history.
Let us engrave the 20th of October 2012 as a day in the Humanity history!
United We Stand, Divided We Fall.
We are the people
We are the only system,
We are Anonymous,
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.