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Who are anonymous? Anonymous is a movement . Who are anonymous? Anonymous is a movement. It is not an organization as there are no leaders, associations, or an institute in the external environment. Anonymous is a following of people from around the world who identify with common goals. How did Anonymous begin? Anonymous began in 2003 as a small group of hacktivists. We have, in the past, outlined the reasons as to how and why the Guy Fawkes mask has become associated with the Anonymous movement, but we would like to clarify why it is some of us won’t take our masks off, so to speak: Those of us who wear the mask do so for different reasons. For most, the mask represents awareness and defiance, and as such, it does not matter if your face and name are known. For others, the mask-whether physically worn or symbolically worn-serves as protection.
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Who are Anonymous? Anonymous started in 2003 as a collective of web jokers hitting sites for fun - but their activities have taken a more sinister turn. It is now known as an anti-establishment group whose targets have ranged from big business and government departments around the world to child sex abuse sites. Members come from all over the world and all walks of life, discussing ops in secret online chatrooms.
Why Anonymous Artists Never Reveal Their Identity: Key insights from anonymous artists and leading street art figures. Then you have people who are scared of anything too public for the same reason they wouldn’t show who they were before the Internet. They think the police are behind it. They think they’re being watched. Large-scale mural by Lushsux.
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Anonymous is a loosely associated international network of activist and hacktivist entities which promote anonymous social engagement by direct action. It originated in 2003 on the imageboard 4chan, representing the concept of many online and offline community users simultaneously existing as an anarchic, digitized global brain.
MOST newspapers and magazines use bylines to identify the journalists who write their articles. The Economist, however, does not. Its articles lack bylines and its journalists remain anonymous. Why? Part of the answer is that The Economist is maintaining a historical tradition that other publications have abandoned. Leaders are often unsigned in newspapers, but everywhere else there has been rampant byline inflation (to the extent that some papers run picture bylines on ordinary news stories).
Who are we?" is correct. The general forms of a question in English are: Single verb: interrogative pronoun (who, what, where, when, why how - verb - subject. Two verbs: interrogative pronoun - helping verb (usually forms of "to be" or "to do") - subject - primary verb - object.