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Tuesday, 25 October 2011 10:37

Anonymous moves onto Bank of America

Written by Nedim Hadzic

hackers

Releases CEO’s personal contact info

Anonymous affiliated group ‘CabinCr3w’ published the personal contact information of Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan.

It is said that the act is part of Anonymous’ pro-Occupy Wall Street movement. The information contains Moynihan’s phone, address, financial details as well as the number of lawsuits he is in.

We’re not sure how that is supposed to help anyone’s cause other than encourage the overzealous protesters to give him a knock on the door. On the other hand, Moynihan will at least have a scare, which is pure vacation compared to what us mortals and commoners go through on daily basis, not least when dealing with banks.

This is not the first time though, as the group did the same with personal information of CitiGroup CEO Vikram S. Pandit, Project  Veritas’ James O’Keefe and others. Furthermore, Anonymous is also held responsible for the leaked data from International Association of Chiefs of Police, Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association and two law enforcement organizations from Alabama.



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+3 #1 Stewox 2011-10-26 00:19
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