Hacker collective Anonymous is continuing its campaign to embarrass the security think tank Stratfor, dumping the names, email addresses, and passwords of around 860,000 customers, as well as credit-card information for 75,000 clients. “The time for talk is over,” said an Anonymous member before dumping the data. “Did you notice 50,000 of these email addresses are .mil and .gov?” Stratford, a private intelligence-analysis firm, gathers nonclassified data on world events. Anonymous then threatened a new campaign for New Year's Eve: protests outside jails and attacks against law-enforcement targets.
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