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Turkish Gov't Retaliates After Hackers Release Police Data Via Twitter (ibtimes.co.uk) 23

New submitter NeonBible writes with this news from IB Times UK: The Turkish government has retaliated against a number of Twitter [users who] posted links to a compromised database stolen from a national police server. The users, which include two Anonymous-affiliated accounts, sent out notifications to millions of followers containing a direct link to a huge 17.8GB-sized trove of sensitive data earlier this month. Among the websites targeted by the government security affairs division were @CthulhuSec, @YourAnonNews, @CryptOnymous and also an alleged news organisation called KurdishDailyNews.org.
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Turkish Gov't Retaliates After Hackers Release Police Data Via Twitter

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