The latest figures from the FBI show that July 2016 was the 15th consecutive month of record background checks for gun sales.
The previous July record was set in 2015, when there were 1,600,832 background checks. But the FBI reports that July 2016 there were 2,197,169–an increase of nearly 600,000 checks.

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) website has been brought down by Anonymous India, according to the latter’s Twitter timeline. At the moment, the TRAI website is inaccessible and says the URL cannot be retrieved. Anonymous has carried out a DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack against the TRAI website.

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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) website has been allegedly taken down after they released all the email IDs of those who responded to their consultation paper on Net neutrality. Anonymous India, group of hackers, has claimed credit for taking down the website with a DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attack.

TRAI had released over one million names, email IDs and the contents of their responses in a downloadable PDF format on the TRAI website for public viewing.

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Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) website was hacked yesterday by hacktivist group Anonymous India. It took responsibility for the distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack and bringing the site down. The www.trai.gov.in site is now functioning.

But the main reason behind taking the site down, displaying the email IDs of over 1 lakh netizens who had responded to Trai over its net neutrality consultation paper, was not resolved. You can still go to the comments page and see the personal email IDs intact. It is a bit strange to see that Trai hasn’t taken off personal email IDs.

Anonymous India has tweeted out an IRC link for those who are interested in talking to them. You will need to download mIRC and then follow instructions here to connect to chat room.

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