(PHOENIX) -- The group of hackers who has taken credit for cyber attacks against the U.S. Senate, CIA, Sony, and Nintendo added a new website to their list Thursday.
LulzSec claims it hacked into the Arizona Department of Public Safety's computers, gaining access to hundreds of emails, intelligence bulletins, and personal information, which the group leaked.
On its website, the group posted that it is "targeting AZDPS specifically because we are against SB1070 and the racial profiling anti-immigrant police state that is Arizona."
Among the documents leaked are nuclear threat briefings, threats against elected officials, and racial profiling reports. The addresses, phone numbers, and names of public safety family members were also made public.
LulzSec says it plans to release more documents and information on a weekly basis.
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