Sunday, 22 April 2012




Bahrain grand prix protests - live updates

Anti-government protesters flash victory signs as they burn tyres in Budaiya, Bahrain
Anti-government protesters flash victory signs as they burn tyres in Budaiya, Bahrain Photograph: Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters

アノニマス コレクティブはフォーミラーワンウェブサイトををバーレーンGP開催を準備に抗議をしてハックしました。チケット販売と出席者に関するデータを公開しました。しかし、プライバシー保護のために個人の詳細は隠しています。


12.21pm: The Anonymous collective has hacked into a Formula One website in protest at the staging of the Bahrain GP. It has also published a data dump of ticket sales and attendees but it has redacted personal details to preserve privacy. The statement by Anonymous says:
How dare the government of Bahrain hide behind an international sporting event as an attempt to conceal the oppression it is committing against its own people. How dare King al-Khalifa claim that the hundreds of thousands of demonstrators who march in the streets for freedom, democracy and non-sectarianism are "just a few troublemakers." How dare they waste the people's money to hire public relations firms to lie on their behalf about the crimes they're committing.
How dare the Formula One organisation allow the royal family to profit millions of dollars off of holding an event there, money which in turn is being used to purchase tear gas and live ammunition which has been used against civilians while Formula One is being held. How dare Bernie Ecclestone and the Formula One organisation condone such horrific violations of human rights in the name of profit. As a response for your callus disregard for human life we, Anonymous, are taking the liberty of educating you, your fans, and the world about the crisis in Bahrain and giving you a cyber taste of your own medicine.
To the fans of F1: You have every right to watch and enjoy your sport, but you have the responsibility to consider the ramifications of your support of this event. Please do the right thing and join the people of Bahrain in solidarity by boycotting this event. Do not watch it on television, do not visit F1 websites. Show that you do not condone racing on the blood of the innocent. Turn your eyes away from this abominable race for this one weekend to send a clear message that the fans of F1 value the rights of people more than the sick negligence of humanity.



Anonymous: Operation Bahrain

Citizens of the world,

We are Anonymous.

For over one year the people of Bahrain have peacefully protested in the streets for freedom, justice, and democracy. They have been met with tear gas, live ammunition, torture, kidnapping and death while the United Nations and countries around the world turn their backs.

People have been imprisoned for the crime of 'advocating human rights.' Citizens whose families have been murdered by the government are arrested, women are raped, tear gas is fired in to homes at night and infants lay dead.

We demand the Bahraini government stop killing its people. We demand they put an end to their Human Rights violations, stop arresting and torturing their citizens, and stop the use of mercenaries against their own people. We demand the immediate release of all human rights activists and all those jailed for political "crimes." We also demand the Qorvis corporation and other American P R firms stop working on behalf of the Bahraini government and stop their active campaigns of disinformation, lies, and harassment of activists.

We will lay waste to your servers, spread the truth about your illegitimate government, show solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Bahrain and expose your crimes against humanity.

To the people of Bahrain, continue protesting. Continue demonstrating peacefully. You have the support of the people of the world and you will have the freedom you deserve.

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