Anonymous has shared details of about 1,000 alleged Ku Klux Klan (KKK) sympathisers on the internet. It follows threats from the white supremacist KKK to use “deadly force” against those protesting about the killing of a black teenager in Missouri Anonymous, a loose coalition of hackers, said the data was “a form of resistance” against racial violence. A list of alleged KKK members published earlier in the week appears to have been bogus.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: BBC