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|20200628||arstechnica.com||[https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2020/06/an-embattled-group-of-leakers-picks-up-the-wikileaks-mantle/ An embattled group of leakers picks up the WikiLeaks mantle - DDoSecrets was banned from Twitter after releasing hacked law enforcement files.]||[[DISTRIBUTED DENIAL OF SECRETS]]
 
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|20200622||wired.com||[https://www.wired.com/story/blueleaks-anonymous-law-enforcement-hack/ Hack Brief: Anonymous Stole and Leaked a Megatrove of Police Documents - The so-called BlueLeaks collection includes internal memos, financial records, and more from over 200 state, local, and federal agencies.]||[[DISTRIBUTED DENIAL OF SECRETS]] / [[US]]
 
|20200622||wired.com||[https://www.wired.com/story/blueleaks-anonymous-law-enforcement-hack/ Hack Brief: Anonymous Stole and Leaked a Megatrove of Police Documents - The so-called BlueLeaks collection includes internal memos, financial records, and more from over 200 state, local, and federal agencies.]||[[DISTRIBUTED DENIAL OF SECRETS]] / [[US]]

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