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Hackers leave Jon Stewart a goodbye note on Trump's website

On the eve of Jon Stewart's last The Daily Show edition with Comedy Central, the hackers from Telecomix Canada have defaced Donald Trump's website to post a farewell message.

Telecomix Canada, a smaller branch of the Anonymous group, made up mainly of Canadian hacktivists, was previously involved with civil right movements in Canada and other campaigns trying to raise awareness of children deaths in war zones, especially in the Middle East.

According to group's internal rules, anyone can affiliate with them and take on any topic they want to "make right."


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