Wikileaks’ Twitter Chats Exposed as 11,000 Private Messages Posted Online

Jason Murdock reports:

More than 11,000 messages from a Twitter group used by WikiLeaks have been posted online in full, exposing private chats between 2015 and 2017.

The cabal—populated with around 10 close supporters—was a “low security” group created to share news stories, distribute disclosures, collate freedom of information requests, discuss politics and, in WikiLeaks’ own words, push “advance notice of hostile Twitter PR.”

The messages, released in full for the first time on Sunday, have been referenced by U.S. media outlets in the past.

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