The PLF and Anonymous have recently launched the AnonPaste service for the uploading and sharing of data. Paste services have been used by hackers for years to paste controversial data including data breaches, coding and website hacks. The motivation is based around 'Information Activism'. Both groups are plugging AnonPaste as a 'secure alternative' but it has also claimed Pastebin has recently been censoring pastes and providing IP addresses to authorities. AnonPaste will not collect IP data or connection logs and will not moderate any of the uploaded pastes. It will also have no ads and a useful URL shortener along with a 256 AES encryption from the browser.
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