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As a result, Turner sued 4chan, e Baum's World, 7chan, and other websites for copyright infringement.He lost his plea for an injunction, however, and failed to receive letters from the court, which caused the lawsuit to lapse.au reported that the administrators of 4had posted an open letter claiming that the attacks had been carried out by the Church of Scientology "to ruin the public opinion of Anonymous, to lessen the effect of the lawful protests against their virulent organization" under the Church's fair game policy.The attack was reported to have begun in retaliation for insults made by members of SOHH's "Just Bugging Out" forum against members of Anonymous.The Party's Facebook page was flooded with image macro and flames.Within a few hours, the Tea Party posted a message saying "Anonymous: We appreciate your resources and admire your tactics. As requested, we are no longer using the 'anonymous' quote." Following this raid, the Party's Facebook page was removed, and its Ning page limited to member-only access.
The blacklisting of in Germany infuriated many, but the tipping point was the Australian government's plans for ISP-level censorship of the internet.
The policy was spearheaded by Stephen Conroy and had been driven aggressively by the Rudd Government since its election in 2007.
Early in the evening of September 9, Anonymous took down the prime minister's website with a distributed denial-of-service attack.
In the press release, the group states that the attacks against the Church of Scientology will continue in order to protect the right to freedom of speech and end what they believe to be the financial exploitation of church members.
Many protesters wore masks based on the character V from V for Vendetta (who, in turn, had been influenced by Guy Fawkes), or otherwise disguised their identities, in part to protect themselves from reprisals from the Church.
Anonymous held a second wave of protests on March 15, 2008 in cities all over the world, including Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Vancouver, Toronto, Berlin, and Dublin.