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Everything you need to know, but haven’t had time to process, about Russia election hacking




A picture taken on October 17, 2016 shows an employee walking behind a glass wall with machine coding symbols at the headquarters of Internet security giant Kaspersky in Moscow.
A picture taken on October 17, 2016 shows an employee walking behind a glass wall with machine coding symbols at the headquarters of Internet security giant Kaspersky in Moscow.
KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images

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Leaks continue to trickle out about the alleged role Russia played in influencing the US presidential election.

AirTalk recaps all the related news that have come since the accusations started flying, and looks at what might happen next.

Guests: 

Andrei Soldatov, an investigative journalist in Russia and co-author of many books on the Russian cyberspace, including his latest, “The Red Web: The Struggle Between Russia’s Digital Dictators and the New Online Revolutionaries” (Public Affairs, 2015). He tweets @AndreiSoldatov

Jeff Stein,  National Security Correspondent, Newsweek