Hackers Post Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein’s Info

“Hackers” have posted personal information of Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.

The group identified themselves as CabinCr3w and posted Blankefein’s recent addresses, age, litigation involvement and other non-sensitive information on the website Pastebin. The information can be accessed in public documents, but it was nevertheless deleted by Wednesday morning, CNET reported.

The group did not explain why it had targeted Goldman Sachs, one of the most prominent investment banks in the world.
A spokesman for Goldman Sachs declined to comment to ABC News.

Before the incident with Blankfein, CabinCr3w released information about a police officer, Anthony Bologna, who allegedly maced a group of women during the Occupy Wall Street protests.

Clips on the Occupy Wall Street website show a police officer macing a group of young women penned in by orange netting.

The protests on Wall Street, which began Sept. 17, have grown to include celebrities such as actress Susan Sarandon and documentary filmmaker Michael Moore.

Hundreds of people first gathered at Bowling Green Park in Manhattan, home of the iconic charging bull in New York’s Financial District, to protest “against financial greed and corruption,” according to the group’s website.