Europe's banks been robbed
A security breach has lead to a host of email addresses and other contact info being stolen from a European Central Bank database.
The ECB have told everyone to calm it, as the information leaked is related to those who had registered to attend its events, such as conferences or visits, and was not encrypted.
Although, you know, you wouldn't necessarily be on their database for the lols, but the ECB reaffirm their fans that no sensitive stuff was compromised.
The ECB said the matter first came to its attention after it received an anonymous email seeking money in return for the stolen data.
They also said it was in the process of contacting those who may have had their contact information stolen, while all passwords on its website have been changed as a precautionary measure.
Now, let's try and do this whole anonymous threat thing again. Demanding money in exchange for a thing you've done, but failing to say who you are seems a bit daft.
Modern times, ladies and gentlemen.