Death by leaks: Russian hacking helped sink Clinton 2016 campaign


WASHINGTON: In September 2015 an FBI cybersecurity agent called up the Democratic National Committee, just gearing up for the coming presidential election, to report that Russia-linked hackers had penetrated their network.

The agent was passed on to the help desk, where his message died.

Nine months later, the result became clear: hackers began leaking out personal emails, opposition research, and other documents, a number of them embarrassing, that were swept up from Democrat Hillary Clinton’s White House fight.

The leak helped turn her sure-thing…



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