Anonymous India to use RTI to gain information about government activities
Anonymous India has announced their next plan of action regarding the censorship on web services in the country.
They are now asking their followers to use the power of Right to Information Act.
The idea is to get as much information as possible about the communications between the Indian government and web services like Google and Facebook.
Anonymous India spoke about this plan:
We will be unraveling all anti-free-speech actions in due time, and the step for now is to file RTI applications for the correspondence of every public servant to obtain all records of communication with Google, Facebook or any other websites with respect to censoring content. This should be done in creative ways to obtain the most information. Ask for all communication to google.com or other creative questions like other email addresses used by a public servant if they do not use their official addresses, which is one way of avoiding them being recorded as documents in their official capacity.
They are going to collect all the responses to the RTI applications filed by their followers and post them for public viewing.