"The ticketstoros.com web site was recently hacked by Anonymous and a
large quantity of personal data belonging to bullfight supporters was
taken. The site is operated by a company called Teyci which is one of
the main promoters of bullfights in Madrid, Spain. The web site is one
of the main methods used by people to purchase tickets for attending
Teyci states the following on their web site.
Ticketstoros.com guarantees the security and confidentiality of all data
provided to us. The data will not be used for anything beyond what is
necessary to provide information related to the bullfights for which you
have purchased the tickets.'
The truth is that the site was actually very insecure and gaining access
to the customer database was trivial. Customer data was not protected
with any care at all and so all those people who thought they could
support and engage in animal torture with impunity are now known to us.
We know who you are, which bullfight you attended and even how much you
paid for the ticket.
Included below is a small sample of some of the data that was taken from
the large database. All the people who have bought bullfighting tickets
through this company are now being contacted to inform them that they
will face consequences for their actions.
Bullfighting is nothing more than a relic of a savage past and it is
inevitable that it will one day be banned. Until then Anonymous is
committed to holding accountable those who promote or support this
atrocity in any way. Further news of our activities to disrupt this
industry will be made public in the near future.
We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget.
Samples of data.