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Verizon confirms it plans to acquire Yahoo's Internet business for $4.83B in cash; deal excludes some IP, stakes in Alibaba and Yahoo Japan
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WikiLeaks DNC dump may have been sent to site by Russian government-sponsored hackers
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Wikileaks dump of 300K “Erdogan emails” after coup exposed private info of nearly every female voter in Turkey; most Western journalists failed to check data
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