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The hackers group, Anonymous, has said it is going to continue its campaign against web censorship in 2013. The group released a statement over the weekend, warning the world to “Expect us 2013”.
The group has also released a video featuring its campaign and strikes carried out in the year 2012. The video includes the group's temporary shutdown of the various US sites in protest of the U.S. government's indictment of the operators of popular file-hosting site MegaUpload.
The video also features the group's campaign against Syrian government sites over alleged shutdown of the Internet. It also shows Anonymous' campaign against the Israeli government to protest the latter's attacks on Gaza.
"The operations which are listed in the video are only examples, there are far more operations," Anonymous wrote in the statement. "Some of them still running, like Operation Syria. We are still here."
Anonymous had been quite active in India as well in 2012. The group took down various Indian sites to protest ban on file sharing websites. The hackers recently defaced Union minister Kapil Sibal's website.Also read, Anonymous India's protest against Web censorship
In the meanwhile, check out Anonymous' Expect us 2013 video below: