Hillary Clinton responded to the accusations that the Bernie Sanders campaign hacked her campaign's data during a software breach this week, blaming the issue on the Sanders campaign and not the software vendor NGP VAN.
"We were informed that our proprietary data was breached by Sanders campaign staff in 25 searches by four different accounts and that this data was saved into the Sanders' campaign account," the Clinton campaign wrote in an email statement. "We are asking that the Sanders campaign and the DNC work expeditiously to ensure that our data is not in the Sanders campaign's account and that the Sanders campaign only have access to their own data."
However, the Sanders campaign says that the data breach was not their fault but the DNC's software developer's, and that they did not save any viewed data. They argue the DNC has cut off access to their own crucial data.Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com