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Anonymous Is Threatening to Out Members of a Misogynistic Facebook Group of Canadian Dentistry Students
In response to the university's perceived foot-dragging on disciplining the students, the loose network of hackers is bringing its outlaw justice to Halifax and calling for their expulsion.