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Turkish police have today arrested 32 members of Anonymous, the hacking group that is heavily suspected as being the ones responsible for the PlayStation Network attack.

The arrests came after an attack that brought down the country’s telecommunications directorate and social security department, along with an attack that took down the Turkish Parliaments website. According to reports the arrests happened in 12 cities across the country.

These latest arrests come just a few days after 3 members of Anonymous were arrested in Spain for various attacks and were also suspected of being responsible for the PlayStation attack.

It would appear that some members of the group are getting a little bit over confident.

Source: Washington Post

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32 Members Of Anonymous Arrested In Turkey

By EGM Staff | 06/13/2011 01:45 AM PT

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Turkish police have today arrested 32 members of Anonymous, the hacking group that is heavily suspected as being the ones responsible for the PlayStation Network attack.

The arrests came after an attack that brought down the country’s telecommunications directorate and social security department, along with an attack that took down the Turkish Parliaments website. According to reports the arrests happened in 12 cities across the country.

These latest arrests come just a few days after 3 members of Anonymous were arrested in Spain for various attacks and were also suspected of being responsible for the PlayStation attack.

It would appear that some members of the group are getting a little bit over confident.

Source: Washington Post

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