Hackers have published personal information on the head of Citigroup in retaliation for the recent arrest of Occupy Wall Street protestors.
"The data on Vikram Pandit, Citigroup's chief executive officer, includes phone numbers, address, e-mail address, family information, and some legal and financial information," writes CNET News' Elinor Mills. "It was released by CabinCr3w, which is affiliated with the Anonymous online activist group that has been involved in the monthlong protests."
"About two dozen people were arrested on criminal trespass charges in a Citibank branch in New York on Saturday afternoon, according to The Wall Street Journal," Mills writes.
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