Ontario police chiefs say Anonymous attack won’t change their minds on C-30

OTTAWA – A cyber attack on the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police has not dissuaded police from supporting a controversial federal bill on Internet surveillance, an association spokesman said Saturday.

Joe Couto said the website of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police had been hacked by Anonymous late Friday afternoon because of the association’s support of Bill C-30.

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Anonymous claims hack on Ontario police chiefs site

 

The group representing Ontario’s top police brass appears to be the latest victim of “hacktivist” organization Anonymous, after the website for the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) was downed in an apparent cyber attack.

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