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Argentinian hackers plaster their country's flag over Falklands newspaper website as new conflict begins




Argentinian hackers plaster their country's flag over Falklands newspaper website as new conflict begins
Argentinian hackers plaster their country's flag over Falklands newspaper website as new conflict begins



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1252738/Argentinian-hackers-plaster-countrys-flag-Falklands-newspaper-website-new-conflict-begins.html 

By David Gardner
The Daily Mail
21st February 2010

Argentinian hackers drew first blood in the latest Falklands stand-off 
tonight by plastering the country's flag across the islands. newspaper 
website.

The computer attack came as a British oil rig was set to begin searching 
for oil after arriving in the South Atlantic waters from Scotland.

The Argentine activists hacked into the English-language Penguin News to 
post a flag on the home page and an audio recording of the song "March 
of the Malvinas," Argentina's name for the Falklands.

They also wrote 'the islands are Argentine' and claimed the move was a 
'tribute' to the country's soldiers who died during the Falklands War.

The material has now been removed.

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