German police said Wednesday they have identified
106 computer users suspected of cooperating with the secretive
Anonymous network to hack into the servers of a music rights agency.
Police raided homes to gathered evidence against the group, two online news websites, Welt Online and Spiegel Online, reported.
The Frankfurt prosecutor's office confirmed the report, saying 10 premises in the central state of Hesse were raided.
Spiegel Online said most of the suspects were teenagers. Police used the internet addresses of their parents to track them down.
Anonymous claimed responsibility for hacking the website of GEMA, a German society that collects royalties for recording companies. GEMA passed the internet addresses of the attackers to police, Welt Online said.
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