Special Counsel: Russian Intelligence Stole Data on 500,000 Voters

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Special Counsel: Russian Intelligence Stole Data on 500,000 Voters

Russian intelligence officers hacked the website of a political organization in 2016 and stole personal data on more than 500,000 voters, according to a new indictment from the Special Counsel’s Office. The stolen data included “names, addresses, partial social security numbers, dates of birth and driver’s license numbers.” In January 2017, EPIC sued the FBI for information about the agency’s failure to respond to foreign

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