Can Anonymous as a physical presence really be a means for political change?
Anonymous are a loosely associated collective of activists. They became politicised back in the early 2000’s, and have since evolved as a physical presence, setting up protests in over 477
countries world wide on a range of issues from media bias, internet surveillance, to supporting the occupy movement and anti-capitalism. In 2012, TIME magazine hailed Anonymous as one of the “top 100 most influential people” in the world.
This is a report on the recent March on the Media protest, and a view of Anonymous' protest.