1. Compromised

    Hackers Dump Bank of America Docs

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    Hackers from Anonymous posted documents they claim reveal fraud at Bank of America—though they’re a little difficult to get your head around. The emails from an employee at Balboa Insurance, which used to be owned by Bank of America, appear to show Balboa employees intentionally removing tracking info from loan documents. (Remember that much of the controversy over foreclosures has to do with improper documentation.) Anonymous has posted the documents at BankofAmericaSucks.com. It is unclear if the documents are connected to the rumored Bank of America documents that WikiLeaks is sitting on.

    Read it at Business Insider