The digital trove of credit card numbers and emails stolen by the group known as Anonymous came from towns across rural America – places like Gassville, Ark. and Tishomingo County, Miss., where officers don’t usually have to worry about international hackers.
That may have made them an easy score.
The loosely-knit hacking collective said Saturday that it attacked 70 mostly rural law enforcement websites in the United States in retaliation for the arrests of its sympathizers.
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