People all over the world are remembering the fifth of November and not letting us forget it.
Activists are currently at the Washington National Monument in Washington, DC until 9pm for the “Anonymous Open Mic and Dance Party” with other gatherings set up in Egypt, London, New York and elsewhere.
The march is supposedly a protest against corruption and injustices and corruption, including NSA spying activities, torture and unlawful imprisonment.
Anonymous recorded a video with tips on how to join the protest on Monday. The group urges that protestors do not react violently and limit sharing photos and videos so that they cannot be traced by law enforcement or government officials.
The activists can be identified with signature Guy Fawkes’ masks modeled after the one in the 2005 film “V for Vendetta” that has become symbolic for those associated with the cause.
Live video from the UK protests show hundreds gathering near Trafalgar Square with signs and flags with the Anonymous logo.
Other shots are of people at a pre-party punk show to wait for the protest to begin and people rallying on street corners.
Anonymous insists that it is not an organizer of the event and that no one is in charge of the gatherings.
The group has made headlines in the past year with hacking activities against major websites and government databases.
Hackers most recently disabled PayPal after it stopped allowing donations to WikiLeaks, the organization responsible for releasing sensitive documents related to international relations between the U.S. and allied countries.
Fourteen suspected hackers were arrested in association with the hack. The Huffington Post reported that a plea deal is likely but it is not certain if it will result in jail time for the alleged rebel tech-activists.