The radical transparency group WikiLeaks published tens of thousands of emails of John Podesta, above, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, opening a window on the inner workings of her campaign. WikiLeaks declined to say how it got the hacked emails.
The radical transparency group WikiLeaks published tens of thousands of emails of John Podesta, above, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, opening a window on the inner workings of her campaign. WikiLeaks declined to say how it got the hacked emails. Patrick Semansky AP, 2016 file photo
The radical transparency group WikiLeaks published tens of thousands of emails of John Podesta, above, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, opening a window on the inner workings of her campaign. WikiLeaks declined to say how it got the hacked emails. Patrick Semansky AP, 2016 file photo

Have politicians learned from the 2016 email hacks? Experts not so sure

June 18, 2018 05:00 AM