New DCLeaks.com Compliments WikiLeaks With Russian Hacker FlairMark Melin
Move over WikiLeaks. There is a new player in the game of hacking emails and leaking sensitive or embarrassing documents, and a major news organization is questioning if Russian hackers are involved.
While Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks organization has captured worldwide media attention for leaking a sundry of US military and intelligence documents, and has been accused of operating in the interests of Russia, a new player with a similar background is emerging: DCLeaks.com.
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