“The hacking group Anonymous said on Friday that it would continue targeting China, after announcing it had hacked hundreds of Chinese websites to protest against Internet censorship in the country. Most of the sites Anonymous China claimed to have hacked were working normally early on Friday, although some still carried error messages, among them an official site for the ruling Communist Party in the southern city of Hezhou.Read More...
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