Turkish PM website hacked
Computer hackers have taken over the website of the Turkish Prime Minister's office in protest against the government's economic policies, BBC reported Sunday.
The hackers, who were protesting against a proposal to limit pay increases for public sector employees, described themselves as children of underpaid civil servants, left a message on the official website of Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit, the news service said.
"This web page has been destroyed by RobertoSmix and apprentice eXtraxheR and all the information has been stolen," read a message left by the hackers on the website, BBC said, quoting the hackers message as saying "we are protesting the money politics of the government of Turkey ... and the 10 percent alms on offer." — (Albawaba-MEBG)
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