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Hacktivist group says 14GB of data includes evidence that Bank of America engaged in an effort to "spy and collect information on private citizens."
In its latest salvo against the financial industry, Anonymous claims to have leaked sensitive information related to Bank of America executives and the company's alleged effort to "spy and collect information on private citizens."
Par:AnoIA, a group that identifies itself as the Anonymous Intelligence Agency, said in a press release (PDF) yesterday that it had released 14 gigabytes of data on hundreds of thousands of executives at companies around the world, including Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, and TEKSystems, which the hackvisit collective claims was hired last year to spy on hackers and social activists.
Remember the hard drives Wiki was supposed to have had before it all blew up on them? Those were supposed to have been HD's out of BofA executive level computers with all the dirty laundry on them
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Okay..... I'm interested but frankly, out of patience with Anonymous when it comes to these things. Hack Hack hack...that's all they ever threaten and almost nothing EVER really comes of it. Nothing valuable, I can think of, has EVER really come of their efforts. Can anyone else name anything truly meaningful Anonymous has "liberated" for data that made a difference?