An Indiana government website has been the focus of an attack that caused some disruptions but the government won't confirm whether the incident was related to controversy surrounding the recently signed religious objections law. The I-N Dot Gov website experienced slow page load times and occasional outages on Friday. An anonymous Twitter poster claimed responsibility and said the attack was in response to the bill signed by Governor Pence. Indiana officials insist the site wasn't hacked and say the attackers flooded the server with a high volume of traffic to cause outages. The Twitter poster also claims to be behind a string of attacks on other government websites, including Michigan Dot Gov and N-Y-C Dot Gov.