Cyberactivist group Anonymous ‘Operation Cuba’ #OPCOBA, which has attacked several official sides of the Cuban government, is reportedly retaliating for severe police repression on the island against freedom-seeking protesters, as reported on several of their social profiles. Cuba.
According to Anonymous, pages such as the Government of Havana, the Central Bank of Cuba and the University of Havana have been taken offline, although many of them have already returned to normal.
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As seen in the various profiles of the group AnonymousThey were able to leave the pages of the faculties of the University of Havana, where instead of the portal they left the message: “We are anonymous, we are battalion, we have not forgiven, we have not forgotten. Wait for us, freedom for Cuba, below Raul, below the Theos-Canal”.
Anonymous says the operation #Qubilipre #CubaEsUnaDictadura Mainly police and government agencies are responsible for the violent repression against civilians and protesters, you can see many videos of people coming to their homes to arrest them.
“If you support the communists and the oppressors, you are our enemy. This is only the beginning of what awaits them, they will not escape from our hands, we are in your organization, we know everything you do, every key you press, the pages you search on the Internet, all your secrets are revealed. Cuba. Freedom for the people and our brothers “read another message left on the website of the Spanish Embassy in Cuba, both offline due to anonymous activity.
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