In response to the shutdown of national internet access across the country and in response to the deaths of protesters at the hands of Zimbabwe’s Government, Anonymous has launched #OpZimbabwe in solidarity with the people of Zimbabwe.
In response to national protests leading to the deaths of at least 8 and arrests of hundreds more, President Mnangagwa has announced a 3 day moratorium on all internet connectivity to squash protests movements from growing.
Following massive victories by Joseph Kabila’s ruling party in DRC elections on December 31st 2018, the DRC Government has restricted national internet access & shut down news agencies to prevent national disruptions/protests.
Anonymous Launches New Wave of Attacks Against DRC After Kabila Postpones National Elections – Again
Days after Joseph Kabila postponed National elections, not only have thousands of protesters taken to the streets across the DRC, but Anonymous activists have continued to launch a new wave of cyber attacks against Kabila’s Government.
Government of Sudan Restricts National Internet Access, Blocks Social Media Amidst Ongoing National Protests
In the wake of deadly protests throughout the country over recent days, the Sudanese Government has blocked national internet access and restricted access to social media accounts to prevents protesters and activists from coordinating further demonstrations.
Amnesty Investigation – State Sponsored Hackers Launching Massive Hacking Operations Across Middle East & North Africa
A world class research report published by Amnesty International highlights a massive phishing and email hacking campaign currently underway, targeting encrypted email service providers and bypassing Google/Yahoo 2FA.
Troll Patrol, Element AI and Amnesty International set out to document the true extent to which women are emotionally or verbally abused/harassed online, finding 1:10 Tweets contains harmful/abusive content towards women.
A new report from Human Rights Watch outlines the top 10 human rights issues/headlines that caught the worlds attention throughout the course of 2018.
In support of protesters organizing and demanding fair/open National elections next month, Anonymous has launched #OpCongo to rally support on behalf of the people of the DRC and educate the world about the ongoing situation there.