The computer hacking group Anonymous, blamed for a spate of cyber-attacks in China in the past week, says it will continue to target government websites to protest Internet censorship and human rights abuses. Anonymous-China claims to have hacked into hundreds of government and commercial Chinese sites so far this month, and last week there were numerous reports of defaced websites in the country. ? Those sites, many of which appeared to be operational Monday, included the home page for the Chengdu business district.? A message on that page read in part:? “Dear Chinese government, you are not infallible, today websites are hacked, tomorrow it will be your vile regime that will fall.” Reuters news agency quotes an Anonymous hacker as saying Anonymous-China consists of 10 to 12 people — most of them based outside China.? The hacker said the group has “hundreds” of translators working to hack Chinese sites.