ISIS Publishes Info About Marines

U.S. Marines have been urged to be vigilant after ISIS published what are allegedly the names and addresses of 100 military personnel, and then told followers to kill them. "It is recommended Marines and family members check their online/social footprint, ensuring privacy settings are adjusted to limit the amount of available personal information,” U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel John Caldwell said in a statement. The hacking group called the Islamic State Hacking Division put information it allegedly took from government servers, databases, and emails about members of the Air Force, Army, and Navy as well as photos up on the web. However, U.S. government sources have said that the information was publicly available.