Hackers have taken over the world.
Now they’re back to the movies.
That’s the gist of a new Hollywood hacktivist collective’s statement released Thursday that urges the studios to make movies that “will continue to be free to download and view without censorship, censorship, or fear.”
“We are sick of being forced to watch movies that will never be released to the public.
We are sick and tired of having to watch films that will always be censored or locked down.
The only reason we are watching them is because we are so desperate to see them,” the collective wrote.”
These movies have become a platform for us to show our anger, to show the world that we are tired of being manipulated, that we can no longer accept a system that holds us back.
These movies are what we demand.”
The statement, which is posted on a website called hacktivism.org, was written by a group calling itself Anonymous, which claims to be the “largest and most active collective of hacktivists in the world.”
It comes after Hollywood studios began offering films that can be downloaded and viewed without being restricted.
The studios are known to be facing a growing number of lawsuits over their attempts to stifle freedom of expression.