In response to Azteca TV decided not to broadcast political debate next Sunday, hackers last night blocked the TV station website.
After Ricardo Salinas Pliego, chairman of Grupo Salinas and TV Azteca, posted on his Twitter account a controversial message regarding the transmission of the first presidential debate, the Anonymous group said it would aim their cyber attacks to Azteca Tv website.
On April 30 Salinas wrote in his account @ RicardoBSalinas: "If they want debate, see for Televisa, if not, look at the Azteca soccer. I will pass the ratings the next day "in relation to the provision of TV Azteca to spread the four presidential candidates debate.
Following the decision of the entrepreneur Ricardo Salinas Pliego, owner of Grupo Salinas, not to broadcast political debate next Sunday, the group of hackers called Anonymous decided to attack the website page where Azteca TV.
Hacktivists published details via @ anonopshispano named # BoicotTVAzteca operation. They detailed in another of his comments: "If the pig does not address @ RicardoBSalinas reasons, perhaps we can" persuade "a bit.
Last night and early hours of May 2, the access to gruposalinas.com page was not available.