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Turkish hackers assault the Prospect website—but why?

By James Crabtree  

The Turk- Grup strikes again…

You might have noticed earlier today that Prospect‘s main website, as opposed to our blog, was hacked. Visitors around 11am this morning —those lost souls perhaps searching for something to do during what will surely become known as The Great UK Gmail Crash of late Morning Tuesday February 24th June 2009—would have found our front page replaced with capitalised foreign text. Who would pull such a trick? Have ruled out other, rival magazines and facebook addled…

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