'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Security analysts are bracing for the release of millions of emails that computer hackers stole from a U.S. intelligence-analysis firm whose clients include federal agencies, large corporations and foreign countries.
Computer hackers are avenging the Occupy movement by exposing the personal information of police officers who evicted protesters and threatening family-values advocates who led a boycott of an American Muslim television show.
Until recently, medical files belonging to nearly 300,000 Californians sat unsecured on the Internet for the entire world to see.
"2011 has been the year of the breach," Mr. Titus said.
The subscribers' passwords were encrypted, but about 50 percent of them were cracked, Mr. Titus said.