Not surprisingly, Anonymous is winning fewer and fewer friends as their AntiSec campaigns rolls on. While it certainly isn’t anywhere close to being arrested, getting ousted from Google kinda blows considering its plethora of services. The web giant recently deleted Anonymous’ Google+ profile and blocked access to their Gmail account for violating community standards, prompting the hackers to announce their own social network, “AnonPlus."
“This is the sad fact of what happens across the internet when you walk to a different beat of the drum,” wrote Anonymous on its Tumblr. AnonPlus, they declared, will be “for all people, not just anonymous.”
The social network, the group admitted, is still some ways away. They still might want to rethink their plans—oversharing is the last thing they need.