Contrary to its earlier promise, Anonymous did not release a batch of emails relating to The Sun and News of the World at 1pm GMT today.
Just before 1pm GMT, AnonymousIRC posted on its Twitter page: "We think, actually we may not release emails from The Sun, simply because it may compromise the court case."
Instead, the group posted documents which it said were from NATO.
"We are sitting on about one Gigabyte of data from NATO now, most of which we cannot publish as it would be irresponsible. But Oh NATO....," it tweeted.
Anonymous followed that with another 'NATO Restricted PDF' a few minutes later. The NATO documents contain information about a $415m outlay on Command, Control, Communications & Intelligence infrastructure, and plans to outsource military equipment and services in the Balkans at a cost of around $49m.
Earlier today, @AnonActionUK tweeted that LulzSec will release information on the royal family, along with The Sun, at 1pm on Thursday.
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