Ukrainian website responsible for leaking Donbas war journalists’ data restarts work

Website 'Myrotvorets' leaked personal details of thousands of Ukrainian and foreign reporters who worked in occupied parts of eastern Ukraine
10:52, 19 May 2016

Ukrainian website 'Myrotvorets' starts working again, Ukraine’s MP Anton Gerashchenko informed on Facebook.

‘Myrotvorets’ published a message informing, that their work will be completely renewed in the coming days.

'We’re convinced, that the events of the past 7 days benefitted our country. The recent couple of days have made it obvious who’s who in Ukraine’s politics, law enforcement, mass media and social networks', - the message reads.

On May 13, service “Myrotvorets” has published a message, informing that it stops working.

Earlier, on May 10, 'Myrotvorets' published a list of journalists, who received accreditation in the so-called 'Donetsk People’s Republic' ('DPR'). Several thousand Ukrainian and international journalists appear in the list (AFP, Al Jazeera, BBC, Reuters, France 24, Sky-news, CNN, Associated Press, The Guardian and etc.).

Related: Ukrainian website shuts down after leaking journalists' personal data

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