The authors of the channel received information about law enforcement officers "thanks to cyber partisans."
Nexta's lists show the names of employees, their birthdays, duty stations, and ranks. It is not known how reliable this information is.
Nexta encouraged subscribers to report "facts about the crimes of specific people on the list, as well as their personal information."
Information about the employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs was published after more than 300 participants of the women's march were detained in Minsk on September 19.
Mass protests against the results of the presidential elections, which took place on August 9, continue in Belarus. Security officials are detaining protesters, as well as opposition leaders. The European Union demands from President Alexander Lukashenko to release the detainees and observe the rights of citizens to peaceful protest. During the rallies, people died. The exact number is unknown.