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Hackers Release AAPT Data To Protest Aussie Policies 62 62

An anonymous reader writes "Anonymous is releasing some of the 40GB of data it claims to have stolen from Australian internet service provider AAPT. The hack is reportedly in protest against Australia's proposed data retention regime, which would mandate ISPs to collect and hold transmission data from its users for up to two years."
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Hackers Release AAPT Data To Protest Aussie Policies

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