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British Cops Arrest Third 'Team Poison' Hacker

British police have nabbed a third suspected member of "Team Poison," a hacktivist group that gained notoriety, and the swift attention of the authorities, for taunting the U.K., Secret Intelligence Service last month. Full story

British played central role in foiled bomb operation: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - British intelligence played a central role in the undercover investigation to foil an underwear bomb plot involving al Qaeda's Yemeni offshoot, counterterrorism sources told Reuters. Full story

Al-Qaida bomber was actually British spy

   NBC's Robert Windrem reports that al-Qaida's would-be suicide bomber was actually a British national, working through British intelligence to infiltrate the terror organization in Yemen.

Anonymous Hackers Attack CIA, British Intelligence Sites

With coordinated denial-of-service attacks, the Anonymous network of hacktivists took down the websites of the United Kingdom's Home Office and Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), making good on its promise to launch weekly cyberattacks on British intelligence agencies. Full story

Team Poison Hackers Seized in 'Phone Bombing' of UK Spy Agency

Two British teenagers, part of the Team Poison hacktivist group, have been arrested for "phone bombing" the United Kingdom's Secret Intelligence Service's anti-terrorism hotline. Full story

Team Poison Hackers 'Phone Bomb' and Taunt British Spy Service

The hacktivist collective calling itself Team Poison (TeaMp0isoN) unleashed an automated 24-hour "phone bomb" assault against MI6, the United Kingdom's Secret Intelligence Service, and then called the agency to boast. Full story

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GENERAL VIEW OF HEAD OFFICE FOR BRITAIN'S MI6 AT VAUXHALL CROSS.
GENERAL VIEW OF HEAD OFFICE FOR BRITAIN'S MI6 AT VAUXHALL CROSS.

The headquarters of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service at Vauxhall Cross on the River Thames in central London in a file photo. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree