From 2012-2013, Anonymous Philippines hacked hundreds of government websites in protest of the governments cyber laws which eliminate the right to privacy and freedom of speech. Anonymous Philippines left the message on the websites:
“1987 Philippine Constitution. Article III, Section 4 states that ‘NO LAW SHALL BE PASSED ABRIDGING the freedom of speech, of expression, or of the press, or of the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances.”
A list of websites hacked on November 3, 2013:
The Philippine law enforcement agencies to go after them, citing the unnecessary use of hacking. So, Anonymous Marched.
100 Anonymous Philippines marched on parliament, denouncing corruption and pledging more cyber attacks, a week after 30 government websites were paralysed. Anonymous faced off with dozens of riot police outside the House of Representatives in suburban Quezon city north of Manila, blocking the road and bringing traffic to a standstill for about an hour.
Unfortunately, the Philippine government has passed a flood of censorship and surveillance laws since.