It will probably keep happening until either they get bored or it gets sorted out.”The sites are currently back online but the domains of individual politicians, including that of Stephen Conroy (minister for broadband, communications and the digital economy), were among those targeted.Web filtersAnonymous is protesting against Australia’s plan to apply a country wide filter to block certain content in 2011.The Australian government has said that trials have shown the filtering technology to be 100% effective in preventing access to designated sites.The banned sites would be selected by an independent classifications body guided by public complaints, Senator Conroy has said.He said the aim of the filter is to make the internet a safer place for Australian children.Speaking to the BBC, Coldblood said that the activists did not support the creation of illegal content but that banning it would not tackle the issue.”If something is illegal which is done on the internet the government should try and prosecute them,” he said.”If they ban it it will just appear somewhere again. What they really need to do is go after the people who are making this content.”The group consists of “a few thousand people” based all over the world Coldblood said.They staged cyber attacks on Iran following the election protests and have publicly protested against the Scientology movement.This was sparked after the Church of Scientology requested the removal of a clip from YouTube featuring Hollywood actor Tom Cruise.”One of our main missions is against censorship on the internet,” said Coldblood.The group had not had any direct contact with the Australian government, he added.SAGE AU said the attack was “the wrong way to express disagreement with the proposed law.””The impact of DOS attacks is frequently felt less by government agencies than by system administrators, many of them SAGE AU members, who are responsible for managing websites and servers,” continues a statement on its website.YouTube in AustraliaSenator Conroy has also contacted Google requesting that the company begins to filter YouTube content in the country.Google says that while it complies with the laws of the individual countries in which it has a presence, it would only investigate and consider removing content after receiving a “valid legal request” about something already posted on the site.”We first check that the request meets both the letter and spirit of the law, and we will seek to narrow it if the request is overly broad,” said a spokesperson.”YouTube is a platform for free expression.COBKThe Law Offices of Vincent Wong are investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of Colonial Financial Services, Inc. (NasdaqGM: COBK) (“Colonial Financial”) in connection with the sale of the Company to.. The entryway to the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency in Langley, Virginia features an agency crest imbedded in the tiled floor. Intelligence operatives.