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Blueleaks

KMFJD

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No, not the presidents pee tape, Anonymous leaks nationwide PD FIles




will likely take some time to read through the 269gb worth of files, but it's supposedly searchable down to the badge numbers(?)
 

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Please beware there's *A LOT* personal information in these. If the intent is to highlight police misconduct they are doing it at the expense of other's privacy.
 

woolfe9998

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The files appear to stem from a data breach at Netsential, a Houston-based web-service provider that contracts with state law-enforcement agencies across the US. A memo obtained by the security reporter Brian Krebs said hackers compromised Netsential's servers and stole files hosted by fusion centers, or state agencies that facilitate information sharing among police departments.
You can probably find them in line at the bankruptcy court today.
 

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