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Chilean Mapuche indigenous people and their supporters clash with riot police during a protest against Chile’s government outside the Congress building in Valparaiso, Chile, on November 4, 2021. (Photo by DEDVI MISSENE/AFP via Getty Images)

Hacking group focused on Central America dumps 10 terabytes of military emails, files

This is the fourth release from Guacamaya, a Central American hacking group that says it fights environmental devastation and exploitation.
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A member of the Guatemalan Army patrols in El Estor indigenous municipality, in northeastern Guatemala, on Oct. 26, 2021, following the declaration of state of siege after protests against a mining company accused of causing environmental damage. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP via Getty Images)

Environmental hacktivists publish 2 terabytes of mining company emails

The group called Guacamaya posted files from public and private mining companies and public agencies responsible for environmental oversight.
Ukrainian servicemen mourn on the coffin of their comrade Oleh Kutsyn, commander of the “Karpatska Sitch” battalion killed during the war against Russia, during a funeral ceremony at Kyiv’s “Maidan” Independence Square on June 22, 2022. (Photo by SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP via Getty Images)

Research questions potentially dangerous implications of Ukraine’s IT Army

Volunteer hacking efforts could unwittingly pull countries or private companies into a murky geopolitical mess, a researcher says.
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