October 20, 2009 Breaches, Featured News, Non-U.S.
Robert Booth reports:
A detailed membership list of the British National party containing names, addresses and telephone numbers was published on the internet this morning.
The list, which contains thousands of names, was published on Wikileaks, a website that purports to be a clearing house for information to be published anonymously. [link to list inserted by Dissent]
The publication of the list represents the third significant time the details of the BNP’s membership have been made public. In November 2008, a list of members’ names, contact details and in some cases jobs and hobbies was leaked by disgruntled members said to have become frustrated that the party had become too soft under Griffin.
Read more in the Guardian.
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