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Hackers Claim They Wiped John Podesta's iPhone

From the perspective of newsworthiness, Wikileak’s Podesta emails have been totally weird. Amidst revelations about an ex-Blink-182 member’s belief in extraterrestrial life, and Podesta’s own advice on cooking risotto, Trump supporters on a variety of imageboards have been sifting through the emails for anything compromising. Last night it seems they hit paydirt. Read more...
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