O’Toole campaign asks police to investigate MacKay’s campaign for allegedly hacking internal data, videos

O'Toole campaign asks police to investigate MacKay's campaign for allegedly hacking internal data, videos

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The organizer didn’t reply to a number of voicemails and a textual content message despatched on Friday. MacKay’s group confirmed the person was a volunteer with the campaign however didn’t specify his function.

O’Toole’s campaign stated it filed its grievance to the police forces on Friday.

“Today, the Erin O’Toole campaign is filing a formal complaint and request of investigation with the RCMP, OPP, and Toronto Police Service against the Peter MacKay campaign and (a) senior MacKay campaign organizer,” stated an announcement offered to the National Post.

We found our programs had been hacked earlier this week

“The complaint involves the theft of confidential O’Toole campaign data and strategy, including specifically the theft of Zoom video conferences, including confidential campaign strategy video conferences, and of video conferences with Conservative Party members across Canada. The complaint comes after an in depth investigation was launched by the O’Toole campaign after we discovered our systems were hacked earlier this week.”

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