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Russia: Pussy Riot's Courthouse Is Hacked By Anonymous

On August 21, just days after Moscow's Khamovnicheskii Court sentenced the 3 members of Pussy Riot to 2 years in prison, hackers attacked and vandalized [ru] the court's official website [ru]. Hackivist groups self-identifying as “Anonymous” claimed responsibility and also leaked [ru] some internal (though largely uncontroversial) emails. Popular blogger Anton Nosik condemned [ru] the attack, calling it a “terrorist act” against the public.

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    No website is safe, because there are always loopholes of people having the security codes that you cannot trust.

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