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War for Free Internet Started



Official FBI web page is the latest victim of attack on US government and entertainment industry


Posted: Jan 2012









Official site was dawn recently, after the attack of Anonymous hacker group. This attack was conducted as a sign of retaliation, after the Megaupload service was shut down by U.S. Justice Department, due to alleged copyright infringement. Does this means that the war for the free internet has started?

The FBI led action resulted with arrest of seven persons abroad, because relationship with Megaupload, popular service that is used for free download. The answer from Anonymous group was assault on several web sites of entertainment industry and government.


Anonimous Hacker Group



As a sign of protest against anti piracy law, that represent the direct impact on freedom on internet, the Wikipedia, the largest free on line library, closed access for one day. Other companies, such as Googlea, Facebooka, Twittera, LinkedIna also supports this protest.

The web sites of,,, were down. It seems that the White House is under the attack as well.


The retaliation is related to activities of several congressmen that supports the anti-piracy law.


US Department of Justice and FBI issued a joint statement, with the message that shutting down the Megaupload is one of the most significant actions against internet piracy in US.


This statement claims that Megaupload created a $500 mil.damage to copyright owners. It is reported that Magaupload founder Kim Dotcom ( born as Kim Schmitz ) is among arrestees.




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