Spanish People's Party Hacked by Anonymous
The hacktivists published what they say are the party's financial records from 1990-2011.
According to Darker Net, the hacktivists also published what they say are the party's financial records from 1990-2011, which the party had previously refused to turn over to the judge overseeing the Gurtel political corruption case.
"This data, which was not public before, has now become available to the citizenry," Darker Net reports. "Thousands of citizens through social networks have started to share and scrutinize the documents. You can follow the examination of these documents on Twitter under the hashtag #CuentasdelPP."