Wikileaks: Your TV May Be Watching YOU!

According to thousands of documents posted by Wikileaks that it says reveal important CIA hacking secrets. The documents allegedly include the spy agency's ability to penetrate encrypted communication apps. The CIA says it would not comment on the authenticity of the documents.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says the files are the most comprehensive release of U.S. spying documents ever. Assange describes it as the spy agency's hacking "arsenal." Like what? As Wikileaks explains:

Interestingly, the tech industry reportedly thought they had a deal with the Obama administration over such bugs and vulnerability. Apparently, they thought wrong. Now, Apple, Google and Microsoft haven’t been able to make the needed fixes. And while the CIA has yet to comment on the document release, it’s worth noting that with every recent release made by the site in recent times, the facts they disburse haven’t been challenged – just the source of the information.

Source: Wikileaks

LANGLEY, VA - JULY 9: The CIA symbol is shown on the floor of CIA Headquarters, July 9, 2004 at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Earlier today the Senate Intelligence Committee released its report on the numerous failures in the CIA reporting of all

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