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Grossly factually inaccurate on a matter of public interest.
"Even the ability to collect 250,000 bits of intelligence material is not phenominal(sic), for our data systems, never sleep, though in off, they may seem dormant. More palinly, the security systems can't detect hackers, when dormant."

From Tutora vs Wikileaks, et al, New York Southern District Court, 1:10cv9286
by Aim Here December 19, 2010
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