Anonymous Hackers Take Down Child Porn Websites, Leak Users’ Names

Members of the Anonymous group are claiming responsibility for taking down more than 40 secret child-pornography websites. After taking down these websites they have released the names of more than 1,500 members of one of the illegal sites to the public.

They started their campaign on October 14 and found a cache of child-pornography websites while browsing a secret website called the Hidden Wiki, a guidebook to hundreds of underground websites invisible to search engines and regular internet users.

Anonymous left a statement on the hosting provider’s server that stated “Remove all child pornography content from your servers. Refuse to provide hosting services to any website dealing with child pornography. This statement is not just aimed at Freedom Hosting, but everyone on the Internet. It does not matter who you are, if we find you to be hosting, promoting, or supporting child pornography, you will become a target.”


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One Response to Anonymous Hackers Take Down Child Porn Websites, Leak Users’ Names

  1. fantastic! theres a team in Toronto (police force) thaat havnt accomplished as much as anon in the almost 10 years theyve been researching! actually gross that a vigilante team is getting more done then the cops, and um anon does not receive a nice salary like some ppl that get NOTHING done-pick your battles? our gouv has their own sick agenda so we obvs have to take care of our own, anon makes me stand a little taller :)

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