Wikileaks offers access to CIA hacking document trove to Microsoft, Apple and Google

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Wikileaks offers access to CIA hacking document trove to Microsoft, Apple and Google
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Wikileaks offers access to CIA hacking document trove to Microsoft, Apple and Google

Julian Assange offers to work with tech giants to help them patch exploited software before Wikileaks publishes more leaked CIA documents

WikiLeaks' founder and coordinator Julian Assange has offered Apple, Google, Samsung and other IT companies privileged access to the organisation's trove of documents detailing the CIA's stash of hacking...

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