If you ask me, no democracy in the world is perfect. And there will be all kinds of protests against the government in countries around the world. Now, in Spain, there seems to be some disturbance due to Spain’s Police department. A group of hackers has decided to hack into government servers and meddle with the various government sites of the country to make the government meet their demands.
The hackers have released a note in which they have very clearly mentioned what they are doing, and why they are doing. Below is the report.
The Anonymous hackers have decided to launch cyber attack against government websites of Spain.
“Anonymous sends it’s solidarity to our brothers and sisters in Spain who at this very moment have completely surrounded the Parliament Building in Madrid. The are calling for the resignation of a government that like so many in our world today has failed to serve the needs of it’s people. We encourage our comrades in Spain to remain steadfast until their demands are met, and we promise to do all we can to assist them.” Anonymous said in the press release.
“Anonymous watched on the independent livestreams the horrendous brutality on the part of the Spanish National Police. It is always intolerable to us, but it is especially deplorable when we witness this level of senseless violence used against peaceful protesters in a supposedly western and modern ‘democracy’. “
“In response to this wanton violence by the Spanish National Police against our brothers and sisters in Madrid, Anonymous has removed from the Internet the web site of the Spanish National Police located at www.policia.es – and we will keep it offline so long as we continue to watch scenes of brutality.”
Anonymous claimed that they will also begin an attack on the primary website of the Parliament of Spain located at www.congreso.es – this attack will include not only DdoS and hacking, but also Black Fax & E-Mail bombs – effectively removing the Parliament of Spain from the Internet entirely.
What do you think? Is this the right way to protest?