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Conference call between the FBI and UK Police hacked

The hacktivist group Anonymous has posted a conversation that is allegedly between the FBI and the Metropolitan Police online.

The 16 minute conference call has been posted to a number of websites, including YouTube, and apparently features a discussion between FBI officers from New York and Los Angeles discussing intelligence with Metropolitan Police officers in London.

Over the course of the call, a number of cases are discussed, including those of the SOCA DDoS attacker Ryan Cleary and the alleged ‘Face of Lulzsec’ Jake Davis, intelligence is shared and arrests are coordinated to avoid spooking other targets.

The call was apparently recorded after an email entitled ‘Anon-Lulz International Coordination Call’ giving login details of the conference was intercepted prior to the event.

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