Members of Anonymous Philippines went “offline” last Tuesday to join the Million Mask March and protest on the way to the Batasang Pambansa Complex.

The protest efforts are however not limited to Anonymous Philippines, but was an event of much larger scale. Other chapters of Anonymous joined the efforts in making the Million Mask March happen.

The group has discouraged other protesters from using banners which would identify their organizations, in effort to keep the protest “anonymous.”

The protest gained publicity after the activist group hacked at least 39 local and national government websites on Nov. 3, displaying their message on most of the hacked websites. – Manila Bulletin

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The Million Mask March is a global protest of members of Anonymous collective from United States, Indonesia, Australia and other countries where members also have agreed to hold their own rallies.

“You can sleep, sit, go on with your everyday routine just like a herd of sheep and watch as the government laugh at you. But if you see what we see, if you feel as we feel, and if you would seek as we seek… then we ask you to stand beside us,” the Anonymous members said.