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Brazilian hacker publishes
sensitive personal data on
politicians convicted for
corruption

MercoPress [Montevideo, Uruguay], by Staff

Original Article

Posted By:PageTurner, 1/10/2013 6:00:58 PM

A hacker in Brazil has published sensitive personal data of politicians convicted during a major corruption trial known as the “Mensalao”. Jose Genoino, Jose Dirceu and Delubio Soares have had address, phone numbers, emails and other details exposed. On a webpage, the hacker nbdu1nder wrote that they “will have to live with the consequences of their wrongdoing”. The Supreme Court convicted 25 people for a scheme that used public funds to pay parties for political support. The politicians have reportedly received hundreds of phone calls following the hacker´s tweet with the webpage link for the lists.

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Would be interesting if we could get a few of these hackers over here.

      


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