In Hacker’s List, Compliance Officers See a Trove of Information on Possible Cartel Members

By Brian Monroe

No one said it's been a good week for Mexico's most notorious drug cartel. On Monday, Mexican marines arrested Miguel ?ngel Trevi?±o, the head of Los Zetas, less than 40 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border. A day later, a group of hacktivists based a little over 150 miles away published a list purportedly identifying the Facebook accounts of hundreds of members of the cartel. The list, linked on the Twitter account of a group calling itself Anonymous Free Acu?±a, after its hometown of Ciudad Acu?±a, includes accounts held by Mexican politicians, free trade zone workers, married couples and single mothers,...