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Hacking the Russian Power Grid

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Attacks by the United States risk escalating a digital Cold War and renew questions about whether certain targets should be off limits in cyber conflict.
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The New York Times reports US intelligence officials are purposely concealing details from President Donald Trump about a US cyber offensive against the Russian power grid. Business Insider reports that the reason they're keeping Trump in the dark is reportedly that they're worried he might undermine...

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