Anonymous threatens to leak personal data of Singapore government employees

A member claiming to be from hacktivist group Anonymous has threatened to make public the personal data of employees linked to the Singapore government, in response to recent arrests of individuals linked to the group which it has deemed unfair.
The group shared the personal information of 10 people as part of a press release issued to ZDNet. The information include their names, government e-mail addresses, birthdates, nationalities, passport numbers and mobile phone numbers.
The personal information of 10 people was part of a statement shared with ZDNet, which it plans to make public over the next day. This included their names, government e-mail addresses, birthdates, nationalities, passport numbers and mobile phone numbers. Anonymous said this is just part of the file containing information on thousand of people associated with a certain Singaporean security corporation that does much business with the government.
Based on the e-mail addresses, the people on the list are from a range of agencies such as the Singapore Prison Service, Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), national water agency PUB, Ministry of Manpower (MOM), National Library Board (NLB), Singapore Police Force (SPF), National Environment Agency (NEA), Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), and Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA).
Anonymous said it plans to make the information public on 8 February 2014.
The Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) is investigating the threat and has alerted the police.

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