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Hackers today released what looks like personal information on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, including the contents of his electronic address book, with contact data for members of Parliament and for what could be Blair's dentist and his mechanic.
A link to the data on the Pastebin Web site was sent out on Twitter from the account of "TeaMp0isoN" along with a message saying "Tony Blair should be locked up, he is a war criminal." Earlier in the day, the TeaMp0isoN account had featured a tweet that said the group was targeting Blair for his support of the war in Iraq.
The contact list appears to be from when Blair was prime minister and includes a phone number for 10 Downing Street. CNET dialed that number and talked to an unidentified representative from the current prime minister's office. That representative confirmed that the number was for 10 Downing Street but said the office had no comment on the matter. There was no immediate response to an e-mail sent to the address the office gave for Blair, who resigned as prime minister four years ago and was succeeded by Gordon Brown.
On their Twitter feed, TeaMp0isoN wrote that "Tony Blair is a war criminal, he should be locked up." The group is known to be driven by political motives and believed to be anti-US, anti-Israel and anti-India.
Originally posted by Johnze
All aboard the lulzboat toot-toot!
Im glad finaly people are making a stand against the system. Physical protesting is fairly old hat, its all about using your computer as a weapon. As such please lend your resources to any ops in future. EVERYONE in ATS should be joining anon.
Infact the BBC just held an interview yesterday with lulzsec, pretty funny, its on the BBC site if you wanna have a look.edit on 25-6-2011 by Johnze because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by IkNOwSTuff
Didnt he leave politics years ago
Good to see whoever these hackers are that theyre keeping it upto date and relevant