Anonymous Launches Social Networking Site: AnonPlus

anonymouslogo0207211AnonPlus is to be a new social networking site without censorship, but how different is it from other social networks? The Raw Story reports:

Infamous hacker group Anonymous launched Monday its own social network after being rejected by Google’s freshly-launched online community.

“Today we welcome you to begin anew,” the hacker alliance said at the website anonplus.com, which it described as a platform to distribute information.

“Welcome to the Revolution – a new social network where there is no fear…of censorship…of blackout…nor of holding back.”

The drive to build a social network came after the Anonymous account was suspended at the Google+ online community, which was launched last month by the Internet giant as a challenge to Facebook.

A message on the anonplus.com website promised that the Anonymous social network would be for everyone and listed online monikers of developers taking part in the project.

[Continues at Raw Story]

32 Comments on "Anonymous Launches Social Networking Site: AnonPlus"

  1. Wow, does the CIA think hackers are that fucking stupid? There is no way this isn’t a Counter Intelligence Operation. How ridiculous and completely laughable!

  2. jasonpaulhayes | Jul 19, 2011 at 2:02 pm |

    Wow, does the CIA think hackers are that fucking stupid? There is no way this isn’t a Counter Intelligence Operation. How ridiculous and completely laughable!

    • Hadrian999 | Jul 19, 2011 at 2:43 pm |

      even if it were legit anyone going there would be tagged by the nsa, fbi or some other spook shop

  3. Hadrian999 | Jul 19, 2011 at 6:43 pm |

    even if it were legit anyone going there would be tagged by the nsa, fbi or some other spook shop

  4. So a social network where everyone is anonymous? Wouldnt that just devolve into 4chan?

  5. So a social network where everyone is anonymous? Wouldnt that just devolve into 4chan?

  6. I thought this was what the chans were for?

  7. I thought this was what the chans were for?

  8. They’re just doing it so they don’t have to hack your info anymore…Your just going to give it to em’

  9. They’re just doing it so they don’t have to hack your info anymore…Your just going to give it to em’

  10. as 4chan goes

    yo i heard you like memes so i…

  11. Tuna Ghost | Jul 20, 2011 at 3:51 am |

    I’m no computer security expert, but wouldn’t this make it rather easy for the FBI or police to identify and locate members of anonymous?  

  12. Tuna Ghost | Jul 19, 2011 at 11:51 pm |

    I’m no computer security expert, but wouldn’t this make it rather easy for the FBI or police to identify and locate members of anonymous?  

  13. something something xzibit something exhibit something something xzibit exhibit something exhibits.

  14. I have hijacked this thread in the name of the Glorious People’s Republic of Anonistan!!!!

  15. I’m not sure a website built by hackers is going to engender goodwill and feelings of trust in potential users.

    Anon is a two edged sword…loved and hated in equal measure. Like a big dangerous dog that guards the house against prowlers…sure…its noisy and sloppy and mean…but it makes the bad guys think twice about playing rough in the neighborhood. Because of that…we kinda love the dog…but we also don’t completely trust it near children and we keep our fingers out of biting distance as much as we can help it. This is the way most folks will treat Anon…and not without good reason. Handing over a social websites worth of info to the people who hack social sites for info??? Lots of people are dumb in this country…and others…but theres dumb and then theres suicidal…and I don’t think they’ll find enough borderline suicidal people to make a functioning viable social site.

  16. I’m not sure a website built by hackers is going to engender goodwill and feelings of trust in potential users.

    Anon is a two edged sword…loved and hated in equal measure. Like a big dangerous dog that guards the house against prowlers…sure…its noisy and sloppy and mean…but it makes the bad guys think twice about playing rough in the neighborhood. Because of that…we kinda love the dog…but we also don’t completely trust it near children and we keep our fingers out of biting distance as much as we can help it. This is the way most folks will treat Anon…and not without good reason. Handing over a social websites worth of info to the people who hack social sites for info??? Lots of people are dumb in this country…and others…but theres dumb and then theres suicidal…and I don’t think they’ll find enough borderline suicidal people to make a functioning viable social site.

  17. Renealvarez | Jul 20, 2011 at 6:26 am |

    **If anonymous is unreliable. Tha lack of proposals and opinions confirm the unrelability.

  18. Renealvarez | Jul 20, 2011 at 2:26 am |

    **If anonymous is unreliable. Tha lack of proposals and opinions confirm the unrelability.

  19. Anonymous | Jul 20, 2011 at 5:48 pm |

    I’m suspicious about this. First of all, you can’t be anonymous if anybody can contribute to the website. I’m beginning to think this may be a plot by our own government. If you visit the website you will automatically be put on a list of possible terrorists. You have to ask yourself what is the purpose of being so open? If this is a real hacker maybe they would be more discreet about it.

  20. cosmicserpent | Jul 20, 2011 at 1:48 pm |

    I’m suspicious about this. First of all, you can’t be anonymous if anybody can contribute to the website. I’m beginning to think this may be a plot by our own government. If you visit the website you will automatically be put on a list of possible terrorists. You have to ask yourself what is the purpose of being so open? If this is a real hacker maybe they would be more discreet about it.

  21. Torlizardsss | Jul 24, 2011 at 2:43 pm |

    It’s been hacked lol.

  22. Torlizardsss | Jul 24, 2011 at 10:43 am |

    It’s been hacked lol.

  23. Tomwilliambrown | Aug 29, 2011 at 11:26 am |

    Unless this is disinformation disinformation

  24. Tomwilliambrown | Aug 29, 2011 at 7:26 am |

    Unless this is disinformation disinformation

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