lundi 3 janvier 2011

le site du gouvernement tunisien en rideau

A voir ce qui se passe depuis l'ouverture de la boîte de Pandore wikileaks, on n'est pas au bout de nos surprises. toute tentative d'étouffer l'information et d'empêcher les internautes d'accéder à l'information wikileaks n'a fait que pousser certains internautes à exiger plus de liberté.
En Tunisie, certains internautes ont carrément déclaré la guerre aux autorités tunisiennes sous fond de crise et d'étouffement de la liberté d'expression. Dernière action en date, la mise hors circuit du site du premier ministre tunisien devenu aujourd'hui inaccessible après s'être attaqué à d'autres sites officiels comme l'indique l'article précédent  ici . Les hackers vont jusqu'à organiser des recrutements sur le Net. voir lien ici.

voici le texte trouvé sur le site du premier minitre tunisien


Greetings from Anonymous.

We have been... watching your treatment of your own citizens, and we are both greatly saddened and enraged at your behavior. You have unilaterally declared war on free speech, democracy, and even your own people. Your citizens rally in the streets to demand accountability and their own rights, which you have wrongfully presumed it was in your purview to take from them.

We will use this brief span of attention we've captured to deliver a clear and present message which we hope shall never be forgot. Remember, remember, that the tighter you squeeze the more your citizens shall rebel against your rule. Like a fistful of sand in the palm of your grip, the more you squeeze your citizens the more that they will flow right out of your hand. The more you censor your own citizens the more they shall know about you and what you are doing.

A time for truth has come. A time for people to express themselves freely and to be heard from anywhere in the world. The Tunisian government wants to control the present with falsehoods and misinformation in order to impose a course for the future by keeping the truth hidden from its citizens. We will not remain silent while this happens. Anonymous has heard the cry for freedom from the Tunisian people. Anonymous is willing to help the Tunisian people in this fight against opression.

This is a warning to the Tunisian Government: violation of the freedom of speech and information of its citizens will not be tolerated. Cyber Attacks will persist until the Tunisian Government respects all Tunisian citizens right to Free Speech and Information and ceases the censoring of the internet.

It's in the hands of the Tunisian governement to stop this situation. Free the net and attacks will cease. Continue your oppression and this will just be the beginning.

We are Anonymous.
We are the angry avatar of free speech.
We are the immune system of democracy.
We do not forgive censorship.
We do not forget free speech.
Expect us - always.

Comme je le précisais hier, ce n'est qu'un début de la guerre du Net qui risque de toucher d'autres pays arabes. A suivre

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