Anonymous aims to make US Senators accountable for their votes

December 21, 2011
Cyber Security, FedCyber Wire, Incidents
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A group of Anonymous-affiliated hackers has made public a considerable amount of detailed personal information of the majority of the 86 US Senators that voted for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

The Pastebin entry includes information such as dates of birth, spouse and children names, addresses, phone numbers, Twitter accounts, memberships in various committees, information about education, profession and religion, their staff, previous votes on a number of issues, their campaign contributors, suites filed against them, and more.

The hackers don’t claim to have stolen the information following a breach, and the document seems to have been compiled from information collected from a variety of sources accessible to the public.

via Help Net Security, continued here.