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Indiana's website taken out by DDoS in response to 'religious freedom' law

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    The state of Indiana is having a bad week. First, Governor Mike Pence signed a controversial "religious freedom" bill into law; earning the state a black eye for taking step backwards on civil rights.

    Now, twenty-four hours later, the state's website was knocked offline by a group taking up another person's protest against Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

    The group responsible for taking IN.gov offline has targeted 34 other state, local, tribal, and territorial government websites this month. Going by the name @YourVikingdom on Twitter, the group targeted Indiana's website after another user suggested that a campaign against the state be mounted in response to recently enacted discriminatory law.

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