Classified Dutch military documents found on Kazaa

Monday, 31 January 2005, 10:54 AM EST

At least 75 pages of highly classified information about human traffickers from the Dutch Royal Marechaussee - a service of the Dutch armed forces that is responsible for guarding the Dutch borders.

The documents, whicn contain phone numbers and tapped conversations, were found unencrypted on Kazaa, the public file sharing service.

By Jan Libbenga at The Register.

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