WikiLeaks publishes security think tank emails

LONDON - The anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks began publishing on Monday more than 5 million emails from a US-based global security think tank, apparently obtained by hackers.
WikiLeaks did not say how it had acquired access to the vast haul of internal and external correspondence of Strategic Forecasting Inc (Stratfor) of Austin, Texas.
Hackers linked to the group Anonymous said at the beginning of 2012 that they had stolen the email correspondence of some 100 of the firm's employees and would one day publish the data so the public would know the truth about its operations.
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