Banned by Google+, Anonymous's Creates Anon+; Google+ Dominated by Male Users

Google recently banned Internet activist group Anonymous' "Your Anon News" account on Google+ and also group's Gmail account for posting content that violated the "Community Standards."According to the organization's website, Google. At the time it was thought that this only affected "Your Anon News," but it was later revealed that the shutdown hit "a handfull […]

Google recently banned Internet activist group Anonymous' "Your Anon News" account on Google+ and also group's Gmail account for posting content that violated the "Community Standards."

According to the organization's website, Google. At the time it was thought that this only affected "Your Anon News," but it was later revealed that the shutdown hit "a handfull [sic] of Anonymous accounts."

The group announced that they have organized against Google+, and that they are creating their own social media network, dubbed "Anon+".

One of the features the group appears to be considering for the platform is related to free education. There is also a forum available for those who wish to join the team.

The site's description is as follows:

Welcome to AnonPlus. This will be your future. This will be our future. Today, we welcome you to begin anew…to watch this glorious incipience happen - one upon which you will never turn your back on. Welcome to the Revolution - a new social network where there is no fear…of censorship…of blackout…nor of holding back. Life is what you make of it - and we are making it. As you step through into the coming weeks, months, and years with us…they will know that we've arrived. There will be no more oppression. There will be no more tyranny. We are the people and we are Anonymous. We have arrived.

Anonplus is currently version 0.1 alpha.

During the financial call, Google CEO Larry Page revealed that Google+ already has over 10 million registered users. But who exactly are all of these people?

SocialStatistics.com and FindPeopleFirst.com, both claim that a large majority of Google+ users, at least so far, are male.

FindPeopleFirst says "the numbers of males on the service come out to 73.7%." SocialStatistics claims "the number of male users are even higher at 86.8%."

FindPeopleFirst has some more interesting Google+ stats. It says that the top occupation listed by Google+ users is Engineer at 24.56%, followed by developer at 13.57%. The US, again not surprisingly, is the number one country with Google+ users with 49.12%. Tech heavy city San Francisco is the number one location for Google+ users, followed by New York and Los Angeles.

As diTii.com earlier reported that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is so far the most followed person on Google+. SocialStatistics.com now says Zuckerberg has over 225,000 followers. Page is in second place and Google's co-founder Sergey Brin is in third place.