This time, in Turkey. Reuters reports Turkish police got 32 Anonymous members.
Turkey, whose ruling AK Party won a parliamentary vote on Sunday, plans to introduce a new Internet filtering system in August, under which users will have to sign up for one of four filters -- domestic, family, children and standard.
Anonymous, a loose activist collective which has attacked many websites including those of Amazon and Mastercard in the name of Internet freedom, says the system will make it possible to keep records of people's online activity.
This after 3 Anonymous members were arrested in Spain on Friday (after which, Spain's national police website was attacked and taken down in retaliation. For its part, Anonymous says it doesn't matter how many of them get arrested, there's no real leader. The hacks will keep coming!