Idiot who bombarded Anti-Terrorist Hotline jailed.
Junaid Hussain, 18, put the sensitive information on the internet for all to see after accessing former special advisor Katy Kay's e-mail account and copying her contacts.
His barrister claimed his crimes were no worse than the antics of Bullingdon Club members.
Using the online alias 'Trick', Hussain posted phone numbers and addresses, as well as the ex-PM's email address and National Insurance number.
Other data related to his wife Cherie, sister-in-law Lyndsey Booth, his children and friends, as well as sitting MPs and Lords.
Hussain also bombarded the national anti-terror hotline with prank calls, leaving the numbers 'permanently engaged' after calling it 111 times in three days.
The prank calls to the anti-terror hotline were made between December last year and April this year, with some hoaxers using specialist software to disguise their voices.
Recordings of the conversations were later posted to YouTube.
A probation report said Hussain had organised the pranks "with the intention that others would abuse the staff for his own amusement."
Richard Milne, prosecuting, said Team Poison's actions caused the lines to be 'constantly blocked' to genuine callers who wanted to report suspicions of terrorist activity.
"Most of the staff were simply dealing with hoax and crank calls," he added.
"There was no useful information being given.
"It was so sustained, so deliberately, so concentrated, that in effect it was simply a denial of service attack."
In one call, a hoaxer ended the conversation: "It's been fun hacking into your phones all day, but I'm going to bed now."