Pastebin has announced that it is planning to hire new staff dedicated to removing sensitive information posted by hacker groups like Anonymous and Lulzsec.
The site is regularly used by the groups to post press releases as well as sensitive information that has often been gathered through hacking and attacks on websites.
Speaking to the BBC Jeroen Vader, the 28-year-old entrepreneur who bought Pastebin two years ago, said the site's content "flagging" system was not enough to stop illegal information appearing on the site.
"I am looking to hire some extra people soon to monitor more of the website content, not just the items reported," he said.
"Hopefully this will increase the speed in which we can remove sensitive information."
The site's current moderating system lets users flag certain posts as inappropriate or illegal.
However, despite the fact Pastebin has officially requested users avoid posting password lists, stolen source code or personal information, the site is regularly used by Anonymous to post such data.
Though the company disapproves Anonymous data dumps, its users remain interested in the material, with information relating to Anonymous and the wider AntiSec movement regularly appearing in the site's trending topics section.
Addressing this dilemma, when asked by V3 about the site's relationship with hacktivists, Jeron reiterated that Pastebin supports the groups' causes and simply wanted to moderate what is posted on the site.
"We still see many hacktivists groups using Pastebin to post their press releases, and we are pleased to see that they continue to use our service for this," he said.
"We even get removal requests from the Anonymous group sometimes when they find content which shouldn't be online. We are grateful for this."
In the past Pastebin has been used by Anonymous to post data stolen in a raids on security firms, including the recent high-profile attack on Stratfor, and numerous other law enforcement agencies and governments.
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