After a strong online campaign against Internet censorship in India, the hacker collective Anonymous gave a call for public protests on the 9th of June. Unfortunately, these protests do not seem to have attracted any crowds. A report in Firstpost indicates that the Mumbai protest, which was supposed to be the biggest, had a crowd of just 200 people. More journalists seem to have turned up to cover the event that actual protesters.
The campaign has also not registered much impact in Bangalore and Hyderabad, both of which have a massive techie population.
There clearly is very little awareness about what is at stake in Internet censorship debate.