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BART Hacked Again; Police Officer Data Released

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The Bay Area Rapid Transit agency has been targeted again by hackers, who posted personal information on 100 police officers online Wedenesday.

"We condemn this latest attack on the working men and women of BART. We are deeply concerned about the safety and security of our employees and their families. We stand behind them and our customers who were the subject of an earlier attack. We are deeply troubled by  these actions," said Sherwood Wakeman, BART's interim General Manager.

The latest website targeted was that of the BART Police Officers Association. Last week, hackers broke into BART's marketing website and released personal information on more than 2,000 customers.

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