Pregnancy Advice Site Bombarded by Thousands of New Hack Attempts

Since the arrest of the unfortunately monickered "Abortion Hacker" for his role in accessing the records of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service’s web site, a further 2,500 attempts have been made to hack into the BPAS server. Read More >>

West Midlands "Abortion Hacker" Not Quite Anonymous Enough

James Jeffery, 27, from Wednesbury in the West Midlands, lived a double life where he was known as Pablo Escobar on Twitter and threatened to reveal the names and addresses of around 10,000 women who'd registered with an abortion advice site. Read More >>


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