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Question 1: [92][101] Named "Operation Reconnect", the protest focused on increasing awareness of the Church of Scientology's ________ policy.
Scientology controversiesDisconnectionFair Game (Scientology)Scientology and abortion

Question 2: The masked crowd consisted mainly of college students, including some who had travelled from as far as ________.
Penn State Nittany LionsState College, PennsylvaniaThe Daily Collegian (Penn State)Pennsylvania State University

Question 3: In 1995, attorneys for the Church of Scientology attempted to get the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology (a.r.s.) removed from ________.
Instant messagingE-mailInternet forumUsenet

Question 4: [87] Another woman from Anonymous told ________ that the group plans to accomplish this through a lobbying campaign.
Slate (magazine)NewsweekReader's DigestForeign Policy

Question 5: Members of Anonymous dressed as zombies, and highlighted what they described as questionable deaths and ________ of Scientologists.
CremationSuicideEuthanasiaDeath and culture

Question 6: This resulted in a large amount of coverage on ________ websites.
BroadcatchingFolksonomyTag (metadata)Social bookmarking

Question 7: [132] Members of Anonymous continued to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Chanology movement during February 2009, with protests held in locations including ________.
Hemet, CaliforniaIndio, CaliforniaCorona, CaliforniaPalm Springs, California

Question 8: This was followed by distributed ________ (DDoS), and soon after, black faxes, prank calls, and other measures intended to disrupt the Church of Scientology's operations.
Firewall (computing)Denial-of-service attackE-mailInternet

Question 9: [4][30 ] Attacks against the site increased, and ________ reported that "a major assault" took place at 6 p.m.
GameSpotLast.fmCNET NetworksCBS

Question 10: [46] According to the ________, the protests were meant to draw attention to what the group refers to as a "vast money-making scheme under the guise of 'religion'".
United StatesYahoo!New JerseyAssociated Press
















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