Turkish hacker group hacks Istanbul's administration’s website and removes public organizations’ debts
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 25 / Trend A. Taghiyeva /
Turkish hacker group Redhack hacked Istanbul's administration's website and removed some public organizations' debts to the state, Radikal newspaper said on Friday.
Redhack removed the debts for electricity, water, internet and gas, which the public organizations were to pay to the state.
According to Redhack, the group removed the debts as a sign of protest against the fact that the Turkish authorities suppress the demonstrations in Taksim Square.
Protests have continued in Turkey for three weeks. According to the authorities, they are anti-government. Turkey's opposition parties accuse the police of using excessive force against protesters.
Earlier, the Turkish Interior Minister said that nearly 2.5 million people participated in protests in 79 Turkish provinces during the past three weeks.
Around 4000 received various injuries during the riots in Turkey, while 4900 were detained by police.