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After Nichols said that some posts appeared to be the result of “screenshot manipulation” — essentially Photoshop-aided fabrication — a guy named Michael Nelson fished some of them from the depths of web archives. There were all kinds of tweets and blog posts raising questions about the claims of Reid’s cyber expert, Jonathan Nichols.
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Kevin Poulsen took a skeptical approach to the claims as well, concluding that Reid’s hacking story wasn’t holding up. The former is merely an Old Dominion University professor with deep knowledge of digital preservation; the latter is merely a longtime journalist with a clear writing style, loads of technical bona fides and what you might call a practitioner’s appreciation of hacking. After Nichols said that some posts appeared to be the result of “screenshot manipulation” — essentially Photoshop-aided fabrication — a guy named Michael Nelson fished some of them from the depths of web archives.