Anonymous to BART: We Hack. We Organize, Too

Anonymous, the loosely affiliated group of computer hackers, is planning a flesh-and-blood demonstration Monday afternoon in San Francisco to protest the Bay Area Rapid Transit cutting off underground cellphone service to thwart protesters.

Since Thursday, when BART temporarily shut down cellphone service in its tunnels to prevent a protest against police violence, the group has gone on the offensive. It hacked into, a Web site for BART riders, and leaked the names, phone numbers and passwords of users.


Now Anonymous is calling for people to gather at the San Francisco Civic Center Bart Station at 5 p.m., wearing shirts stained with blood or paint. In addition to putting a call out on Twitter, the group said that it has sent an e-mail to the approximately 120,000 people it found on BART’s own mailing list, asking them to attend. 


They Added "Remember to bring your mask, and remember that this is a peaceful protest. Anonymous does not support violent action and it is discouraged


Anonymous also appolized to the citizen in this manner We apologize to any citizen that has his information published, but you should go to BART and ask them why your information wasn’t secure with them. Also do not worry, probably the only information that will be abused from this database is that of BART employees,” the group wrote on the Web site where it posted the leaked information." 


BART shutdown the cellphone services  but the Anonymous released an Android app that allows you to still send messages  when BART has shut off cell phone access

 The app can be found here 

The Video can be Seen Here 

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