SourceHacking group LulzSec re-emerged from the shadows Monday and published a faked version of U.K. tabloid The Sun, a link to tap into internal Sun staff data, and redirected the Sun's home page to the LulzSec Twitter account.
The fake site, at newtimes.co.uk/sun, was either taken down or unavailable about an hour after the LulzSec account posted the URL to Twitter. It showed up as part of an apparent introduction to the Times of London's new Web site.
This story is just a small part of the larger news Corp story being discussed here -
http://www.debatepolitics.com/europe...ews-world.html (Missing Milly Dowler's voicemail was hacked by News of the World)
Been following the Sun website tonight and it has now dissappeared from the internet - they must have turned the servers off. I had intermittent access before a "server error message from "the Sun" and now google can't find it.
This NoW story just keeps getting bigger and bigger. We will probably lose a prime minister over this within the next few weeks. I thought he would have 6 months but the speed of the story - including tonight's death of the whistleblower catches everyone by surprise.