When Wikileaks was launched in October of 2006, the world was stunned with the amount of highly secured information on government activity that was suddenly available to the general public. Since then, there has been serious litigation over the leaks with much publicity surrounding Julian Assange. Recently, a rogue hacking group announced their plans to leak tons more sensitive information this December under the codename “Project Mayhem”. Personal Liberty further explains:
“The global ‘hacktivist’ syndicate Anonymous wants people all over the world to expose evidence of corruption and injustice by leaking documents to which they have access.
In a recently posted video, the group urges anyone who has access to evidence of corporate or government wrongdoing to purchase a USB drive and document the evidence for publication on the Internet.”
“The initiative, dubbed Project Mayhem 2012, will take place over the 10-day period from Dec. 12 to Dec. 21, during which the video claims “the World will see an unprecedented amount of Corporate, Financial, Military and State leaks that will have been secretly gathered by millions of CONSCIENTIOUS citizens, vigilantes, whistle blowers and insiders worldwide.”
The group claims to be in the process of developing a Wikileaks-style platform called TYLER where the information can be anonymously posted.”