April 4th, 2012 | Information Security
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Amichai Shulman, co-founder and CTO of security firm Imperva, has told CBR that if Anonymous really wants to fight for freedom of speech it should attack the Chinese government.
In an interview with CBR back in February Shulman told us that even though most Anonymous activity is said to be driven by a cause, such as internet freedom and expression, some activity by the group makes him question if that is the real motivation behind Anonymous attacks.
“If you’re looking for freedom of speech go and hack the Chinese government or the Syrian government,” said Shulman.
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