Long and interesting article about a fixer who hacked multiple elections in Latin America. This isn't election hacking as in manipulate the voting machines or the vote counting, but hacking and social-media dirty tricks leading up to the election.
EDITED TO ADD: April Fool's joke, it seems. Fooled me, probably because I read too fast. The ending is definitely suspicious.
EDITED TO ADD: Not an April Fool's joke. I have gotten this from Bloomberg News itself. They spent a lot of time on this story -- it's 100% real. And this follow-on story is also worth reading.
This is why exposing institutionalized F.O.P. obstruction of justice is like taking candy from a baby - departments screen out people who are smart enough to know what a computer is for. Evidently judges are also subject to an IQ cap. One mongoloid actually signed this warrant.
Did Tacoma police decide that the public deserves more transparency? Did they disclose their use of this technology voluntarily? Haha. Good one! No—instead, Phil Mocek, a co-founder of the Seattle Privacy Coalition, filed a slew of Freedom of Information Act requests and obtained documents earlier this month, some of which are redacted, showing that the department acquired the device in 2009 and has used it 179 times since then.
This is why they were researched thoroughly by the pigs and dragged out of bed naked at 6 in the morning. Petty abuse of power at the local level.