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Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone admits contact with Guccifer 2.0

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Mr. Giggles

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Wow. Fucking straight up traitor. Stone is a grade A prick to boot. He's a racist, misogynistic, xenophobic asshole that deserves to spend the rest of his life in prison. The kind of fuckhead you want to punch in the face.

You should have seen his AMA on reddit - good lord what a prick
 

CHC

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The beautiful thing about Roger Stone: he can just sit there and be quiet, but oh no, he just keeps on talking.

Seriously, any journalist that wants to crack the Trump / Russia story ought to just meet Roger Stone at a nice hotel for a couple of drinks.
 

whyamihere

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I've been sort of thinking that Democrats need to move on from Russia because I wasn't sure if any solid links would be found and we need a message that isn't "THE RUSSIANS!" but, uh. This is pretty huge.

There's just so much smoke!
 

DangerMouse

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Every day a new traitor among Trump and the Republican goons. And it's only March.


Yup.
 

HotHamBoy

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I've been sort of thinking that Democrats need to move on from Russia because I wasn't sure if any solid links would be found and we need a message that isn't "THE RUSSIANS!" but, uh. This is pretty huge.

There's just so much smoke!

...what?
 

Dr.Acula

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Everyone company encrypts their data. It has nothing to do with a EULA. The government just needs to subpoena the data.

I meant does twitter employ any encryption scheme where they cannot access the data? I guess that's pretty uncommon, sadly.
 

Foffy

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I wonder what will be the stick that people point to and say "holy shit, the entire house is in flames!"
 

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“It was so perfunctory, brief and banal I had forgotten it,”

swapped a handful of direct messages with the persona in the weeks that followed, according to copies of the conversations provided to the Times.

Um, yeah. When I am just casually engaging on Twitter, I do it via DM. That's normal and how most people use Twitter when talking to known hackers.
 

riotous

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I meant does twitter employ any encryption scheme where they cannot access the data? I guess that's pretty uncommon, sadly.

It's not really very feasible with web based applications. At most you can make it incredibly difficult for rogue employees to peak at the data.
 
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