WELLINGTON  - Online activist group Anonymous hacked New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully’s private email account and used it to send messages mocking him, it was reported Wednesday. The group breached McCully’s email account last April after New Zealand passed laws cracking down on illegal file-sharing and threatening to disconnect repeat offenders from the Internet, the Dominion Post reported. While the hacked email was a private account, McCully had asked his staff to forward official emails to it, the newspaper reported. Prime Minister John Key told the Dominion Post that he was aware of the security breach but was confident the hackers had not obtained any sensitive information.