Salt Lake Police Hacked by Anonymous
The attack was launched in response to a proposed anti-graffiti bill.
Members of Anonymous recently attacked the Web site for the Salt Lake Police Department.
"According to Salt Lake Police Sgt. Shawn Josephson, the only data that seems to have been lifted was the names and e-mail addresses of those who signed up to receive SLPD press releases," writes TG Daily's Trent Nouveau.
"Anonymous apparently targeted the police department because its officers will be acting as 'foot soldiers' -- enforcing a proposed anti-graffiti bill sponsored by state Sen. Karen Mayne," Nouveau writes.
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