Anonymous threatens to leak personal data of Singapore government employees

Techinasia.com, 7 Feb 2014
Hacker and hacktivist collective Anonymous is planning to leak the personal information of government employees tomorrow, in protest over the recent arrests of alleged Anonymous operatives, reports ZDNet.
The group also sent private data on ten individuals to ZDNet as part of their press statement. These included names, government e-mail addresses, birthdates, passport numbers, mobile phone numbers, and nationalities. Information on more individuals will be disclosed to the public the next day, it threatened.
The government executives in the list come from a variety of agencies, such as the Singapore Prison Service, Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), the Public Utilities Board (PUB), and more. Full story

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