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WikiLeaks won't share CIA exploits unless companies meet terms

engadget Saturday, 18 March 2017 ()
WikiLeaks offered to work with tech companies to patch the CIA's leaked security exploits, but there has been a whole lot of silence ever since. Why? That depends on who you ask. Motherboard sources claim that WikiLeaks "made demands" of the companie...
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News video: Wikileaks May Give CIA Secrets to Tech Companies

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says the organization may give technical details of CIA hacking and surveillance techniques to tech companies. Matt Hoffman has the story.

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