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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Tomorrow, on Wednesday, November 5 the hacker group Anonymous is planning to use Facebook and social media to protest the unfounded dismissal of Nynga employees and injustice for the masses.

    However, as the layoffs occurred in 2012, it emerged that this is a false alarm.

    Their plan is called the “Million Mask March” and that they hope to mobilize seven billion followers worldwide. On social networks it will be hashtagged #OpNov5.

    This year, Anonymous also wants to mobilize against the “millionaire owners of banks and corporations whose politics enslave people under injustice.”

    In parallel they will demand the release of Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks who has been under refuge at the embassy of Ecuador in London since 2012.

    Why November 5th?

    It’s not a random date. Anonymous seeks to match its global launch date with the day that English conspirator, Guy Fawkes, was arrested.

    Fawkes was a Catholic British rebel from the seventeenth century who was involved in a conspiracy that sought to destroy the parliament and kill the Protestant King of England.  He is the inspiration and icon of the hacking group.

    Will there be a march in Costa Rica?

    Although the Anonymous Costa Rica page on Facebook has not officially announced whether they will join the worldwide protest, individuals from the group claim that they will be leaving Central Park and heading towards the Presidential Palace at 8:00 am.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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