The group Presstorm reportedly set up the site after Anonymous’ Google+ page and the profiles of several of its members were removed from the social network.
Right now, the site is little more than a splash page and a link to the developer forums with a message promising more interactive features soon.
The network is open to all users, not just members of Anonymous, and will allow users to join without requiring them to provide their real names.
“Welcome to the Revolution - a new social network where there is no fear...of censorship...of blackout...nor of holding back,” reads a message on the site’s front page.
A quick look at the site’s domain name registration gives a fax number in the UK for registrant contact information.
Google+ requires that users have Google Profile linked to their real name. Google Profiles can be private or public, but the company is mandating that all profiles must be public by the end of this month.
“We believe that using Google Profiles to help people find and connect with you online is how the product is best used. Private profiles don’t allow this, so we have decided to require all profiles to be public,” the company wrote on the Google+ help site.
The company will delete any private profiles after July 31.