By Emil Protalinski | April 6, 2012, 9:30am PDT Earlier this week I wrote about how the hacktivist group Anonymous has a new Chinese branch, Anonymous China, which has been very active since it launched its Twitter account on March 30, 2012. The group has hacked and defaced hundreds of Chinese government, company, and other general websites over the last week. A few targets have had their administrator accounts, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses posted publicly. Last but not least, on many of the hacked sites, the group even posted tips for how to circumvent the Great Firewall of China. Surprisingly, the Chinese government has acknowledged the attacks. While Anonymous was not specifically mentioned, itâ€™s obvious what Chinaâ€™s Ministry of Foreign Affairs was referring to during a briefing on Thursday, given the events during the last week. â€œFirst of all, Chinaâ€™s Internet is open to all, users enjoy total freedom online. China has gained 500 million netizens and 300 million bloggers in a very short period of time, which shows the attraction and openness of Chinaâ€™s Internet,â€ spokesman Hong Lei said in a statement, according to CNN. â€œSecondly, the Chinese government manages the Internet according to law and regulations. Thirdly, certain reports prove again that China is a victim of internet hacker attacks.â€... full article:- China admits Anonymous hacks | ZDNet Hmmm so this is the Anonymous which is in the top of Time magazine's Top 100 list ! BTW Modi has received more negative votes than his positive votes in no. 3. see hatred ruling lol.