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Morning Agenda: WikiLeaks, Saudi Aramco, Bridgewater

Technology companies are scrambling to assess how badly their core products may have been compromised in the wake of the latest disclosure of the American government’s snooping capabilities.

WikiLeaksreleaseddocuments on Tuesday that appeared to show that the Central Intelligence Agency had acquired an array of cyberweapons that could be used to break into Apple and Android smartphones.

It also put another fissure in the relationship between intelligence agencies and Silicon Valley

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