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I might add that I am neither a conspiracy theorist nor particularly fearful of intrusion.
I have reason to believe that CompSpyBot is, perhaps, a government bot.
All this seems to add up to the bot having internal access to the contents of RackSpace servers.
As the Snowden revelations proceeded it became apparent how reliant the security services actually are on the commercial services we all use—the Internet service providers, phone companies, and social networks—for help, both official and unofficial. Both in the US and in the UK the cloak of legal secrecy that surrounds this activity is such that no company dares come out openly and discuss its relations with the secret services. It is illegal to do so. For their part, governments on both sides of the Atlantic are terrified that commercial companies will “run for the hills” if consumers learn quite how accommodating they have been with their data. [nybooks.com...]
That sounds like a potential match to possibly lead you to the root of your dilemma.
The linked article is quite long, 2 full page lengths, but well worth reading as a whole. Truly astonishing. If you just want to verify the quoted text above it's about 3/4 of the way down page 2.