Members of Anonymous today released a recording of a conference call between the FBI and Scotland Yard.
"During the 17-minute call -- which was released as an MP3 file and distributed on YouTube and elsewhere -- investigators can be heard discussing various Anonymous and LulzSec-related cases," writes The Register's John Leyden. "Information discussed in the call reportedly included details of evidence against suspects (sometimes referred to by their hacker handles), plans for legal action and court dates."
"The interception of the conference call is a serious operation security breach, especially because it affects an ongoing high-profile investigation, and is a major coup for the rag-tag hacktivist collective," Leyden writes.
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