Google has reportedly banned few of Anonymous members from Google+ .As a result, Anonymous has decided to create its own social network: Anonplus, located at anonplus.com.
An anonymous reader writes “Google has reportedly banned a handful of Anonymous members from Google+ (it’s not exactly clear how many accounts were shut down). The hacktivist group likened Google’s actions to the stories of activists being banned from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, as well as governments blocking various websites using Internet censorship tools. As a result, Anonymous has decided to create its own social network: Anonplus.”
The site is not yet launched, it is just been announced.At the bottom left hand corner, it says “Revision :0.1 Alpha.” While this version number is meant to indicate that the site is still very early in development, it’s not a social network yet. There is no way to sign up or interact. Currently there’s just one webpage with the Anonplus name, the motto “Social Networking Anonymously,” and the heading “Welcome to Anonplus.com the Anonymous Social Networking site.”