Obama, McCain campaigns' computers hacked for policy data
Computers at the headquarters of the Barack Obama and John McCain campaigns were hacked during the campaign by a foreign entity looking for future policy information, a source with knowledge of the incidents confirms to CNN. Workers at Barack Obama's headquarters first thought there was a computer virus. Workers at Barack Obama's headquarters first thought there was a computer virus. The source said the computers were hacked mid-summer by either a foreign government or organization.