Activists hack Mexican army website

Last updated 10:03 18/01/2013

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The hacker movement known as "Anonymous Mexico" has posted a statement condemning "the bad government" on the press section of Mexico's Defense Department website.

The statement signed by group appeared on the press link for the site.

The statement includes a video showing street protests on December 1, when police cracked down on anti-government demonstrators.

The Defense Department issued a statement on Wednesday when the hacking began, saying its website was "temporarily out of service."

The department said no internal computer networks or information had been affected.

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