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The online activist collective Anonymous posted a message on the Internet on Oct. 31 saying it would continue its campaign against Mexican criminal cartels and their government supporters despite the risks. The message urged inexperienced activists, who might not be practicing proper online security measures, to abstain from participating. It also urged...
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Anonymous vs. Zetas Amid Mexico's Cartel Violence

Scott Steward

Miércoles 2 de noviembre de 2011 (02/11/11)
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The online activist collective Anonymous posted a message on the Internet on Oct. 31 saying it would continue its campaign against Mexican criminal cartels and their government supporters despite the risks.

The message urged inexperienced activists, who might not be practicing proper online security measures, to abstain from participating. It also urged individuals associated with Anonymous in Mexico not to conduct physical pamphlet drops, participate in protests, wear or purchase Guy Fawkes masks, or use Guy Fawkes imagery in their Internet or physical-world activities. Guy Fawkes was a British Roman Catholic conspirator involved in a plot to bomb the British Parliament on Nov. 5, 1605. The British celebrate the plot’s failure as Guy Fawkes Day each Nov. 5. In modern times, the day has come to have special meaning for anarchists. Since 2006, the style of the Guy Fawkes mask used in the movie “V for Vendetta” has become something of an anarchist icon in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.

It was no coincidence, then, that in an Oct. 6 video Anonymous activists set Nov. 5 as the deadline for Los Zetas to release an Anonymous associate allegedly kidnapped in Veracruz. The associate reportedly was abducted during an Anonymous leaflet campaign called "Operation Paperstorm." [Fragmento]

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'Si Anonymous es percibido como una forma segura de comunicar información sobre actividades de carteles, podríamos ver a personas de todo el país que comienzan a compartir inteligencia. Tal inteligencia humana bien podría probar ser mucho más dañina para los carteles que la información obtenida electrónicamente [mediante hacking]. Al publicitarse más ampliamente esta operación, el conjunto de personas fuera de México que deseen participar probablemente crezca. El número de personas adentro de México que quieran proveer información también podría crecer.' Es la conclusión del análisis. La respuesta del público mexicano dependerá en buena medida de lo que ocurra el 5 de noviembre, fecha programada para el cyberataque.
03/11/2011 | 19:56
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