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FireGate: 11,1827 Pages Submitted to WikiClaimLeaks
On Monday, October 17th, 2011, WikiClaimLeaks volunteers began sorting through 11,827 leaked documents. These documents will eventually be used to give American consumers unprecedented insight into the activities of a major U.S. insurers claims handling practices.
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