An offshoot of the loosely-knit hacker group Anonymous on Monday launched a new project, "Anonymous Analytics," which, according to its web site, aims to "provide the public with investigative reports exposing corrupt companies."
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"Our team includes analysts, forensic accountants, statisticians, computer experts, and lawyers from various jurisdictions and backgrounds," a statement on the new site reads.
"All information presented in our reports is acquired through legal channels, fact-checked, and vetted thoroughly before release. This is both for the protection of our associates as well as groups/individuals who rely on our work."
So far, the group has posted one document, a 39 page report alleging that the management of Chinese produce giant Chaoda Modern Agriculture have defrauded the company and its investors of $400 million dollars over an 11-year period.