WikiLeaks exposes alleged CIA hacking programme

Wikileaks has released thousands of documents it claims come from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

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    Washington, DC - Wikileaks has released thousands of documents it claims come from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

    The online activist group says the US overseas spy operation has lost control of its hacking arsenal, leaving it in the hands of unauthorised users around the world.

    Experts who have started to sift through the material say the leak appears to be legitimate.


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