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+ - Anonymous wage vendetta on copyright laws->

schliz writes: Online community Anonymous will celebrate Guy Fawkes Day with global, in-person protests against copyright laws, censorship, and ACTA. Protestors in 13 countries including the US, UK, Spain, France and Argentina will don masks made popular by V for Vendetta for the so-called 'Remember5 Project', to raise awareness of government attempts to "control the internet".

"The internet is in danger," organisers warned. "We won't give them our P2P, we won't give them our freedom. The internet is ours, not theirs. And that's what we have to make them remember ... and never forget."

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