An NSA contractor, who leaked a top-secret document to the website, The Intercept, and was caught, has agreed to a plea deal that will see her spend more than five years behind bars.
A contractor who leaked a top-secret document to The Intercept was identified because the NSA was able to track who had printed out the document, using the yellow dot pattern that many printers place on documents, giving the time and date when the document was printed.
There are three possible reasons why Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is apparently spreading the news that Australian elections are vulnerable to hacking by Russia.
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