As Senate Bill 315 sits on Georgia Governor Nathan Deal’s desk, awaiting either his signature of approval or a veto, a group of vigilante hackers going by SB315 have reportedly been attacking Georgia sites and threatening retaliation if the bill becomes law. It’s unclear why the group believes that a hacking spree will help convince the governor that a very vague hacking bill is a terrible idea.
According to The Augusta Chronicle, the hacking group first took credit for hacking the City of Augusta and defacing the website of Calvary Baptist Church of Augusta. The City of Augusta denied it was hacked.
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