Anonymous, a hacker group, and WikiLeaks sympathizer, plans on leaking Bank of America emails to the public Monday; internal documents said to have information that proves both “corruption and fraud” on behalf of the corporation.
Reuters: “A representative from Anonymous said the documents relate to the issue of whether Bank of America has improperly foreclosed on homes. The representative added that he had not seen the documents, but had been briefed on their contents.”
The leak announcement was made by Anonymous, via, what else, but Twitter. Because the social medium is not just for media whores anymore, it’s now the platform for whistle blowers too…
Bank of America responded by insisting that the documents that Anonymous claims to be in position of are nothing of importance, merely non-foreclosure related clerical and administrative documents stolen by a former employee.
A spokesperson continued exclaiming, “We are confident that his extravagant assertions are untrue.”
Is it just us or do you think they’ve been practicing that line for a while? We’ll count the hours, and our pennies, until Anonymous allegedly leaks the news we already know… Bank of America plays dirty too.