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CIA hacked Senate computers. Water still wet.

The NYTimes has a short blurb on the front page.

The CIA has apologized to Senators Feinstein and Chambliss.  So, you know, it’s all Ok.  We can move on now.

Update: Or maybe some of us are getting confirmation of what we have suspected for a long time.  That is, there are a lot of people spying on other people in order to influence politics.  Nothing appears to be sacred or too confidential.  We can be very angry about that.

 

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  1. The CIA is supposed to be barred from spying on Americans or maybe they don’t think Senators are American citizens.

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