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Anonymous held a second wave of protests on March 15, 2008 in cities all over the world, including Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Vancouver, Toronto, Berlin, and Dublin.The global turnout was estimated to be "between 70", a number similar to that of the first wave.Australian anti-censorship groups complained that the attack only hurt their cause, and Australian government members dismissed the attack and said that they would just restore the service when the attack finished.In July 2010, there was a reaction to the use of one of Anonymous' slogans by the Oregon Tea Party.The site was taken offline for approximately one hour.Occurred from 8 am, February 10, 2010 as a protest against the Australian Government over the forthcoming internet filtering legislation and the perceived censorship in pornography of small-breasted women (who are perceived to be under age) and female ejaculation.
On June 23, 2008, the group which identified themselves as Anonymous organized DDo S attacks against the website, successfully eliminating 60% of the website's service capacity.
The Global Television Network report identified the group responsible for Forcand's arrest as a "self-described Internet vigilante group called Anonymous" who contacted the police after some members were "propositioned" by Forcand with "disgusting photos of himself".
The report also stated that this is the first time a suspected Internet predator was arrested by the police as a result of Internet vigilantism.
We could have changed history and failed, epically." Following allegations of vote rigging after the results of the June 2009 Iranian presidential election were announced, declaring Iran's incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as the winner, thousands of Iranians participated in demonstrations.
Anonymous, together with The Pirate Bay and various Iranian hackers, launched an Iranian Green Movement Support site called Anonymous Iran.