The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) was recently hacked and a portion (2.5GB) of the 18TB of data was released online by Cthulhu, who has been known to host hacked data. On this particular host, there is a note for law enforcement:
“Don’t bother with legal threats or trying to get UK law enforcement to seek revenge. This is me playing nice.
If you want to go nuclear with me, feel free to do so, but trust me when I say you might want to think long and hard before you do.
I’m not known for bluffing, and I know many more of your secrets. About 18TB all in all actually, all unpublished yet.
“I dare you – I double dare you motherfucker””
In a blog post discussing details relating to this release of this data, the data was apparently given to Cthulhu by someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
Regarding the purpose of releasing this data, Cthulhu goes on to say:
“We do not wish to dictate to the media how the information may be useful. I was told it should be released on the grounds the information is within the scope of public interest, in light of an