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Breaking: Annonymous hacks ISPs, Reliance users cant access FACEBOOK, twitter & others

Looks like Annonymous is raising hell not only for the Government but for innocent users as well. When I typed Facebook.com, here is what I got. I am on Reliance Wimax connection and it is a direct message to the Government that they can do anything… Here is the screenshot. The Screenshot is in 3 [...]
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