The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus reacted to the leak of data from law enforcement officers
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus reacted to the leak of data from law enforcement officers to the Internet….. The data of more than a thousand law enforcement officers were made public on September 19. In particular, the surnames, first names, patronymics, dates of birth, city of residence, rank and position of employees, as well as the divisions where they serve, were declassified.
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The data were leaked on a Russian-language forum earlier today. DataBreaches.net has seen the data but is not reproducing any of it here.
“Belarus authorities have blocked more than 50 news media websites reporting on how the country has been shaken by two weeks of protests demanding authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko resign after 26 years in power.” Read more on ABC (AU)
“As the arrests continue, we will continue to publish data on a massive scale,” said a statement that was distributed by the opposition news channel Nexta Live on the messaging app Telegram. “No one will remain anonymous even under a balaclava.” Read more on RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty.