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Submitted by yesmynameissumo 1016d ago | news

LulzSec Leaders No Longer Anonymous After Arrests Worldwide

Kotaku writes: "Hacker collective LulzSec spent much of last year causing chaos for gamers and video game companies. Among other exploits, they targeted BioWare, Sony, Nintendo, EVE Online, and Minecraft.

LulzSec effectively stopped operations in the summer of 2011, after perhaps drawing a little too much attention to themselves from government authorities." (Industry)

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