Anonymous Takes Responsibility For Hacking Into BART's Computer System And Uploading Their Contact List Online


<p>BART, Bay Area Rapid Transit, serves the Bay Area in San Francisco. On Thursday BART turned off cell phone service on the trains outraging riders. Anonymous then hacked into the computers and posted a list of riders on its site including their address and phone numbers. Another protest is scheduled for today at 5 pm PST. The protests are in response to the July 3 shooting by BART police officer.</p>

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