Microsoft's Anti-US Government Surveillance Website Hacked

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The tech giant Microsoft's website Digital Constitution, dedicated to fighting US surveillance, got hacked this morning. Digital Constitution was launched in 2013, after the Edward Snowden revelations were first published. 

Around 9:15pm ET on Wednesday, the site started to display casino-related pages:

No one has claimed the responsibility of the attack yet.

Within an hour of the attack, Microsoft has removed the injected content from the website. At the time of writing, Digital Constitution is running without any malicious content.

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