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Glitch in FBI’s ‘Palantir’ software allowed agency employees to access private data for more than a year

Prosecutors trying programmer Virgil Griffith with conspiring to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers act say they obtained a search warrant to legally access Griffith's private social media data



A software glitch in a controversial data-mining program used by the FBI allowed four employees to access classified data without permission for more than a year, the federal government has admitted.

The breach was quietly disclosed in an August 24 court filing by attorneys prosecuting programmer Virgil Griffith, who was charged in 2019 with conspiring to violate the international emergency economic powers act.

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