Hey, Let me introduce myself and my idea so that you can understand. I'm a student, and a long (well, a few years) fan of Anonymous' actions. When Aaron Swartz killed himself a few months ago, I was just depressed. I had the chance to discuss with him at Wikimedia's headquarter in San Francisco, and I thought that he was an incredibly brillant guy. He fought against access restrictions to knowledge. And I think this is big. Researchers are producing papers for free; They are peer reviewed for free; and yet researchers are charging huge sums of money. I don't want to pay 206euros for a book about the evolution of the brain in primates like Elsevier wants to charge me. I think Anonymous should try to get into the servers of Elsevier, Springer and guys like that to download their pdfs, which are, literally, ours. What do you think?