Hacktivist group Anonymous has launched a crusade against alt-right and neo-Nazi gatherings in the wake of the racial oppressor rally in Charlottesville, which left one woman dead.
The group guaranteed to have closed down various sites related with the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi associations following the savage conflicts in Charlottesville.
People subsidiary with the group additionally found the genuine names of many people who had gone to the rally, alongside their known relationship with the extraordinary development, and posted them online with pictures.
As it launched the crusade, Anonymous presented a message on the natives of the Virginia town that said it would battle “domestic terrorism and the alt-right in the wake of the attacks”.
“Anonymous has taken steps to remove the websites of these far-right extremists under the banner of #OpDomesticTerrorism,” said Anonymous. “Yesterday we were successfully able to shut down multiple servers that promoted and supported the hatred that happened in Charlottesville, as well as those that did not speak out against the domestic terrorist attack.
“We also were successful in outing multiple KKK members and white supremacists. This is merely just the beginning.”