UFO Emails Found During the Clinton Email Hack

UFO Emails Released

With the recent hacks towards Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic party’s emails, we expected to find juicy details in the released data. But, we never expected to find emails regarding UFOs. Alien power. Tom DeLonge, the former Blink-182’s lead singer , was emailing John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chairman, regarding their mutual interest in UFOs. Serious stuff. DeLonge has recently turned down the opportunity of being a part of Blink-182’s reunion album and tour to focus on his UFO hunt. How ya doing with that Tom? And Podesta has been very vocal about his belief in the government’s declassification of information regarding extraterrestrial life.

 

The email string between the two was initiated by DeLonge stating he has “two very ‘important’ people” to meet, and  went on to say “they were in charge of most fragile decisions, as it relates to classified science and DOD [Department of Defense] topic.” In other words, these are pretty important people who are worth their time meeting with – AKA not wackos. ” DeLonge also sent another email regarding his meeting between him and Maj Gen William McCasland, who was involved with the recovery of an alien ship in New Mexico in 1947. We do notknow if Podesta has replied to any of the emails, but he did accept an invitation called the “DeLonge/Podesta meeting,” which was received from Susan McCasland Wilkerson’s, a former astronaut candidate, email. (Source: The Guardian)

Facebook’s Workplace

Facebook at Work has been in beta for 20 months, but just recently Facebook renamed the enterprise-focused messaging and social networking service to Workplace.  Along with their new name, Facebook has released a new pricing model for the brand on a monthly basis. Facebook is being pretty ambitious stating they want to gain 1,000 new customers during free pilot mode. Workplace is a “desktop and mobile app with News Feed, Groups both for your own company and with others, Chat direct messaging, Live video, Reactions, translation features, and video and audio calling”open to anyone to use.  You may say this sounds a lot like their competing services like Slack, Yammer, Chatter, Hipchat and Jive. Well actually it is as they are a little late to the game. Why a delay? The director of Workplace said they had to “build this totally separate from Facebook, and test and get all the possible certifications to be a SaaS vendor.“ Let’s hope all the testing and waiting will pay off. (Source: TechCrunch)

Customers Wronged by Comcast

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) just issued the largest civil penalty ever to a cable company. To which company you ask? Comcast has a $2.3 million fine from the FCC to settle an investigation, in which they are accused of wrongfully charging their customers for services and products. Comcast is no stranger to hefty fines, as just last year they owed a $100 million fine to AT&T for “misrepresenting its unlimited data service.”  With the acquisition of recent fines, Comcast said they are working to improve their customer experience to prevent further fines. (Source: Cnet)

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