Ohio man charged for Anonymous-sponsored attacks on police websites

Ohio man charged for Anonymous-sponsored attacks on police websites

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An Ohio man has been charged with hacking into two websites controlled by law enforcement groups after he posted Twitter messages boasting of the intrusions, which were carried out under the banner of "CabinCr3w," an offshoot of the Anonymous hacking collective. John Anthony Borell III of Toledo, Ohio, was...
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