Alleged ‘Anonymous International’ hacker released on parole

Konstantin Teplyakov, who allegedly participated in the hacker collective Anonymous International (better known in Russia as “Shaltai Boltai” or “Humpty Dumpty”), has been granted parole by a St. Petersburg municipal court. Anonymous International has leaked correspondence from several Russian government officials, including Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, state television pundit Dmitry Kiselyov, and multiple officials in the office of President Vladimir Putin.