Anonymous Hackers Arrested in Dominican Republic
The six are accused of involvement in attacks on several government Web sites.
Six people accused of being part of Anonymous were recently arrested in the Dominican Republic.
"A statement from the National Police and Attorney General names the suspects as 'Anonymous' and says that the dirty half dozen, which includes two minors, are part of an international network of cyber terrorists," writes The Inquirer's Dave Neal. "They are accused of hacking various web sites run by Dominican Republic ministries and state bodies as well as international and national companies."
"Raids carried out by the National District Attorney's Office, the Directorate Central Criminal Investigations unit and the High Tech Crime unit picked up the accused early on Monday as part of Operation Unmask, an international campaign organised by Interpol," Neal writes.
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