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A Hackers Facebook: Forget Google+ Anonymous are starting a social network

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25-anonymthumb.jpgScrew the Google plus invites. The hot new social network could be AnonPlus -a social network for hackers which anyone is welcome to join.

Spurred on by Google pulling the Anonymous G+ page and Gmails, Anonymous have decided they're going to have to make their own social network if they want to communicate and organise online. In keeping with their open ethos, they want to make an open social network, open to hackers and non-hackers.

We have a hunch that it won't be the place you put your holiday snaps, but we do love the sound of it.

Social networks have proved their worth in organising crowd movements - Twitter with the News Corp scandal and Facebook with the revolts of the Middle East. A network could give the Anonymous movement a structure which could turbo charge its power to organise things, whether that's making lolcats or illegally hacking governments and multinationals.

It could also make members more vulnerable to being caught.

Though we uh take it that the profiles will be anonymous?

It would also be fascinating to see what a crowd-sourced social network would look like. What will features include?

[via Gizmodo]

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  • Alex Jorge

    You guys carefully.
    Did you know the reason why terrorist said THEIR CRIMES AFTER DOING IT?
    Because this fucking government of United State is specialist creating lies and conflicts, faking aggressions, groups, news. everything, this fucker mothers breakfast political fictions and fantasy and use their fucking media and Hollywood as backup.
    That's is why terrorist said; I DID IT <==> I DON'T DID IT, WAS UNITED STATE.
    And believe me, THEY ARE THE ONE WHO DON'T LIE ABOUT IT.
    You careful with all those groups, remember ANONYMOUS DIDN'T HAS BOSSES.

    http://facebook.com/Alex.the.C...

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