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Hacker may swing Swedish election

At least that's what Sweden's Social Democrats must be hoping. Calling a press conference at 23:30 Sunday evening is pretty unheard of, but then the news that the party were about to sue The Liberal Party (FP) for spying on their campaign by obtaining access to their intranet was pretty outrageous too, and, according to Johan Norberg, conveniently took the focus away from opposition leader Fredrik Reinfeldt's successful TV interview earlier in the evening. A 24-year-old FP activist has admitted to accessing the Social Democrats' computer network and has been expelled from the party with immediate effect.


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