A Group of Anonymous Collective Hacktivists have brought down five Iceland government sites in a protest of Whale hunting in the North Atlantic; one of the members claimed to take responsibility that they had broken down all five locations, including the prime minister’s official website.

A Group of Anonymous Collective Hacktivists have brought down five Iceland government sites in the protest of Whale hunting in the North Atlantic; one of the members has claimed to take responsibility that they have broken down all five areas, including the prime minister’s official website. Environment and Interior Minister.

Anonymous has already warned the Iceland government that regular hunting down whales will cost them; on Friday, the Anonymous hacktivist group hacked all five websites, and the most engaged site from the government was made fully clear until midnight on Saturday 28,th of November.

Anonymous Hacked Iceland Five Govt Sites For Good Reason

The Day before the Iceland site was hacked, the Anonymous activist group published a viral video related to Whales hunting down Anti-Whaling hashtag – in the video represents the way the Iceland government is behaving in a cruel way with mammals or any animals, which leads them to an anti-environment act, against the government – the group also told people to protest against the government – despite the international ban on whale hunting – the government is allowing the hunters to hunt down whale which the people of Iceland and others in England would not tolerate the same.

The Activist is loyal to the work they have done – they have published the sites as screenshots of those sites which they hacked – the post was published on Friday evening – the group openly says that they are collective hackers from Anonymous and will do this again and again if the government will not revoke the current behavior as they are doing. Iceland Government has not made any comments on the report.

Anonymous collective members explain to its viewers how the government tracks their work:- as an inter-governmental body part of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) which genuinely applied a ban on commercial whale hunting in 1986 but as far our concern, hunting whales is Conti, need, from both the member of IWC as Iceland and Norway.

Previously many times, several charges were against Iceland and Norway’s governments for allowing commercial sectors to hunt whales. In the 1970s and 1980s, Iceland was charged with whaling hunting – the activists from Greenpeace and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society have managed to revoke whale hunting many times.