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+ - Anon mining Gawker data leak to attack Governments->

Submitted by tcd004
tcd004 (134130) writes "Documents obtained by the PBS NewsHour reveal a concerted effort to filter and verify U.S. and international government email accounts from the Gawker database leak. The group involved implores participants to keep the operation secret, because leaking their efforts "will only jeopordize the serious lulz fest about to hit the internet in the coming months." Agencies who have been breached allegedly include NASA, the U.S. Senate, the South African Judiciary, and others."
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Anon mining Gawker data leak to attack Governments

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