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+ - Anonymous Hacks UK Government Sites Over 'Draconian Surveillance'

Submitted by Krystalo
Krystalo (1580077) writes "The hacktivist group Anonymous today hacked multiple UK government websites over the country's "draconian surveillance proposals" and "derogation of civil rights." At the time of writing, the following websites were taken down: homeoffice.gov.uk, number10.gov.uk, and justice.gov.uk. The group is not pleased with the UK government's plans to monitor Internet users."
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Anonymous Hacks UK Government Sites Over 'Draconian Surveillance'

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