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The headless man signifies the leaderless organisation. The global emblem depicts its worldwide relevance and reach.
Type• Multiple-use name
• Virtual community
• Voluntary association
InterestsFree speech

This is for the group, named 'Anonymous'. For a list of documents from authors who deliberately remain anonymous, see Anonymous.

'Anonymous' is a group identity used in online actions that typically seek to thwart the globalised corporate media by reporting alternative information.


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An anonymous headless suit logo on a subvertised hoarding to highlight Corporate media's Mendacity

The headless suit is commonly used online.

The Guy Fawkes mask, from the film V for Vendetta is used by activists both to hide their own identity and to signify sympathy with the group 'Anonymous'.


The 2018-19 Integrity Initiative Leak was a set of 7 leaks of compromising material from a UK deep state milieu exposing its subversion with the political process to promote Russophobia.

On 5 November 2018, Anonymous leaked documents about the Integrity Initiative and Institute for Statecraft, apparently showing how these UK taxpayer funded groups were employed to create anti-Russian disinformation.[1][2][3]


Events carried out

Integrity Initiative/LeakCyberGuerillaA series of 7 leaks, starting on 5 November 2018, of unknown origin and veracity. After some time, the II disputed the authenticity of some of the documents, but was not clear about which.
Integrity Initiative/Leak/1Cyberguerilla
Integrity Initiative/Leak/2Cyberguerilla
Integrity Initiative/Leak/3Cyberguerilla
Integrity Initiative/Leak/4Cyberguerilla
Integrity Initiative/Leak/5
Integrity Initiative/Leak/6Cyberguerilla


A Document by 'Anonymous'

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
File:Anonymous-open-letter-to-us-citizens.pdfopen letter24 March 2011USAn incitement to revolution


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Anonymous Surpasses Wikileaksarticle17 February 2011John Young