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  2. Spotify - Wikipedia

    Spotify was founded in 2006 in Stockholm, Sweden, by Daniel Ek, former CTO of Stardoll, and Martin Lorentzon, co-founder of Tradedoubler. According to Ek, the company's title was initially misheard from a name shouted by Lorentzon.

  3. Sarah Palin email hack - Wikipedia

    A /b/ user then logged in and changed the password, posting a screenshot of his sending an email to a friend of Palin's informing her of the new password on the /b/ thread. This man was criticized heavily by the /b/ community, for being a "white knight". However, he did not blank out the password in the screenshot.

  4. Murder of Seth Rich - Wikipedia

    Datestamps on the DNC files were altered to show the data had been obtained on July 5, 2016, five days before Rich's death, and the time zone was changed to Eastern Time, within which Washington, D.C., falls. Guccifer 2.0, the alleged GRU front that provided the emails to Wikileaks, then reported that Rich had been their source. Based partly on ...

  5. Timeline of events associated with Anonymous - Wikipedia

    Anonymous accessed six email accounts of the Chilean Army and revealed 2.34 gigabytes of data related to intelligence, operations, finances and international relations generated and received by those emails from 2015 to 2019. The leaked data encompassed a total of 44 emails, 1,340 documents, 401 images, 53 text files, 10 webpages, nine folders ...

  6. WikiLeaks - Wikipedia

    WikiLeaks The logo of WikiLeaks, an hourglass with a globe leaking from top to bottom Screenshot Screenshot of WikiLeaks' main page as of 27 June 2011 Type of site Document archive and disclosure Available in English, but the source documents are in their original language Owner Sunshine Press Created by Julian Assange Key people Julian Assange (director) Kristinn Hrafnsson (editor-in-chief ...

  7. Steele dossier - Wikipedia

    The Steele dossier, also known as the Trump–Russia dossier, is a controversial political opposition research report written from June to December 2016, containing allegations of misconduct, conspiracy, and cooperation between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and the government of Russia prior to and during the 2016 election campaign.

  8. Anonymous (hacker group) - Wikipedia

    The list included the Twitter accounts of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, The New York Times, and BBC News. The BBC reported that most of the accounts on the list appeared to be still active. A spokesman for Twitter told The Daily Dot that the company is not using the lists of accounts being reported by Anonymous, as they have been found to be ...