Anonymous To Create Its Own Social Networking Site
Anonymous, the iniquitous group is the headline once again after Google+ banned a handful of Anonymous’ users (the exact figure of shut down accounts is unknown though).
The futuristic group equated Google’s topical action against them to the tittle-tattles of activists being banned from various social sites like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and administration blocking websites using internet expurgation tools.
As a retort, Anonymous has strong-willed to create their very own social networking site which they named ‘Anonplus’, i.e. Anonplus.com.
The site has only been proclaimed. At the bottom left hand corner, it says “Revision: 0.1 Alpha.” this version number is predestined to be a sign of the site very early in development. There is still no way to sign up or interact. The slogan is “Social Networking Anonymously,” while the caption is “Welcome to Anonplus.com the Anonymous Social Networking site.”
Although the inventiveness sounds odd since it says whatever Anonymous is regarding but it is possible to build such a social network which shares only the information you allow it to and so Anonymous might be aiming for that, they most probably would keep your personal details clandestine unless you want to share them yourself. The world of social networking is really heating up and that’s called true globalization!
An Anonymous spokesperson wrote in a statement “This is one social network that will not tolerate being shut down, censored, or oppressed – even in the face of blackout. We the people have had enough…enough of governments and corporations saying what’s best for us – what’s safe for our minds. The sheep era is over. The interwebz are no longer your prison.”