OAKLAND (CBS/AP) — The hacker group Anonymous appears to have posted the addresses and other personal information of Oakland city officials to the Internet.
The information went up on Tuesday on a website attributed to the group. An accompanying note expresses anger over police action against members of Occupy Oakland and budget cuts finalized by the city.READ MORE: Divers Begin 6-Month Project to Rid Lake Tahoe of Trash
Mayor Jean Quan, Police Chief Howard Jordan and City Council members were among those whose information was included in the posting.
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Occupy Oakland protesters and police clashed last month when protesters tried to take over a vacant building in the city. Police used tear gas to disperse the crowds and arrested hundreds of people.
Also last month, the City Council finalized $28 million in budget cuts that included about 80 layoffs.MORE NEWS: Hayward Couple Resists Demand to Clean Up Trash at Homeless Man's Camp Near Their Property
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