Turkey Arrests 32 Anonymous Members
Earlier, it was reported that Spain had detained three Anonymous members as well. In reprisal, Anonymous claimed it executed a DDoS attack, taking Spain's National Police website offline.
Prior to last week's attacks on Turkey, Anonymous posted the following on its blog:
"Over the last few years, we have witnessed the censorship taken by the Turkish government, such as blocking YouTube, Rapidshare, Fileserve and thousands of other websites. Most recently, the government banned access to Google services. These acts of censorship are inexcusable."Now the big question is: how long will it take Anonymous to respond, and which Turkish site will they take down this time?