Hacktivists Leak Details for 300,000 Chilean Citizens Looking for State Benefits

A group of Chilean hacktivists that go by the name of Chilean Hackers have broken into the database of CONADI and stolen the personal details of 304,189 Chilean citizens looking for state benefits from the country's government.

CONADI stands for Corporación Nacional de Desarrollo Indígena (Spanish for National Indigenous Development Corporation) and is an official institution, part of the Chilean government, under the Ministry of Social Development.

CONADI was founded in 1993 as part of a social campaign to support the development of the local indigenous population by providing state aid, easier access to education, subsidies for land purchases, and so on.