Lulzsec alleged to have hacked 2011 census

Stuart Sumner
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Office for National Statistics states that it is investigating what could be the largest data breach of all time

The UK 2011 census has been hacked, according to a message posted to text-sharing site Pastebin allegedly from hacking group Lulzsec. The message states that data from every UK resident has been obtained,...

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