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NEW: Hacked emails detailing a notorious 2014 “pro-family” conference/gala in Russia list a number of far-right Americans—including a VP at a right-wing philanthropy organization—alongside sanctioned Russians like Alexander Dugin and Konstantin Malofeev:…
The emails, compiled by #DDoSecrets, identify Bradley Foundation VP Dan Schmidt on a list of ~140 individuals relating to a Sept. 2014 Moscow gala.

In addition to Dugin and Malofeev, the list included a Putin adviser and one of the Russians who helped host the @NRA in Moscow.
@NRA The emails come from Alexey Komov, Malofeev's point-man for ties to the American Religious Right, who has a... habit of praising fascists and anti-Semites:…
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.@DDoSecrets has added: Dark Side of the Kremlin (108 GB), hundreds of thousands of messages and files from Russian politicians, journalists, oligarchs, religious figures, and nationalists/terrorists in Ukraine. ddosecretspzwfy7.onion/data/asia/#rus…

Track changes at ddosecretspzwfy7.onion/changelog/
The @InternetArchive mirror of the hacked Russian materials allows direct download of the files, and for those unable to extract the .ZIP archives because of RAM constraints, the ability to download the uncompressed content of the .ZIP files. v @NatSecGeek…
This Time It’s Russia’s Emails Getting Leaked.…
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It's no longer about information, it's about information warfare. An endless stream of bullshit to be measured & countered. Bureaucratic lawfare that edges ever closer to destructive obstruction offered by actors with no vision of what would replace the order they seek to destroy
It's the end of the year, so I suppose it's time to take stock: I'm exhausted.

In many ways, it's seen more successes than I expected. #DDoSecrets launched and has some great stuff in the works. A public ORIS is well on its way to being a reality, thanks largely to @hexadecim8.
I've begun working on a lot of projects that I never thought would see the light of day, and I'm relieved that many of the tools and resources I've wanted to leave the public are under development (not all of which involve me, some I'm simply a spectator for).
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