Notorious hacker group Anonymous rolled out its own social networking site after Google disapproved the hacktivists’ application to join the new Google+ community on Monday.
Anonymous’ new social platform for sharing information is called anonplus.com.
In a post on the site, the infamous hacker alliance said, “Welcome to the Revolution — a new social network where there is no fear…of censorship…of blackout…nor of holding back.”
The initiative to create anonplus.com happened right after Google+, the search giant’s social networking project to rival Facebook, refused to allow the hackers inside the community.
Anonplus.com shows a message that the social network is free for all, and even includes a list of pseudo names for contributing developers.
The hacker group, which became infamous after siding with whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks by launching a series of cyber-attacks, posted Google’s suspension notice on its Tumblr blog.
Perpetrators of various online security breaches, Anonymous allegedly broke into websites owned by MasterCard, PayPal and Visa, the sites who reportedly stopped WikiLeaks from receiving donations.