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Company: Hackers Did Not Breach FBI Laptop to Prove Massive Spying

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

Was the FBI keeping tabs on millions of Apple devices?

No, says an Orlando company that claims it – not the FBI – was hacked to obtain millions of identification numbers for Apple devices, the New York Times reports.

Hacking group AntiSec – a subset of the hacking collective known as Anonymous – claimed it had stolen the identification numbers from an FBI laptop, which would suggested the agency was spying on millions of Americans.

The Orlando company, BlueToad, which works with creates digital and mobile formats for users, said its contents matched the stolen information, according to the New York Times.


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