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Staffordshire Police are being investigated for potentially violating data protection laws by tweeting the identities of suspects, as part of a public awareness campaign.
The pro-regime hacktivist collective has discovered what it feels like to be a victim – after its own website was hacked by a rival group of Turkish attackers.
The high-end retailer confirms it is investigating a cyber incident that exposed an unknown number of client payment cards.
Anonymous targeted an entity that it partly blames for the suicide exactly one year ago of Aaron Swartz, co-founder of Reddit, Creative Commons and Demand Progress.
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