Anti-Semitic fliers at Princeton U., other colleges were work of known hacker

Kevin Shea reports:

The anti-Semitic fliers found on printers at Princeton University and dozens of other colleges last week were the work of a hacker once prosecuted in New Jersey on charges he stole 120,000 email addresses from AT&T-connected iPads.

Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer, a self-described “white nationalist hacktivist” now living in the partially-recognized country of Abkhazia, said in a Twitter chat with NJ Advance Media on Monday said that he was responsible for targeting the printers.

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