(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – LulzSec has released data pertaining to information on Arizona law enforcement, the hacking group announced Thursday.
Such data included addresses, phone numbers, passwords, training manuals, and other information.
Apparently the group conducted the breach because of its opposition to a recent immigration law. SB1070 has gained controversy and allows police to ask immigrants for identification documents.
Recently LulzSec has breached sites belonging to Sony, PBS, the CIA, an FBI affiliate, Nintendo, and the U.S. Senate.
A teenager suspected of involvement with the group was recently arrested in Essex, UK.
Meanwhile, there have been reports that LulzSec’s own website temporarily faced downtime after being breached by a fellow hacker on Friday.