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Members of AntiSec have taken down the official Web site for the California Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA).
"Besides defacing the website and posting their messages on its main page, the black hats also leaked the contents of some emails belonging to their staffers and billing information from their customers," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.
"[The] hackers managed to obtain a lot of sensitive information, including the unencrypted content of some database tables that was sent via email," Kovacs writes. "Among one of the emails, the hacktivists also found a list of personal email addresses belonging to New York police chiefs."
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