U.S. Senator: Americans are right to distrust U.S. cyberwar efforts

U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., has asserted that Americans are right to have little confidence in the government’s current cyberwar strategy, which he believes is essentially toothless, according to a story in a regional American newspaper. He wrote that at present, American adversaries do not have any fear of repercussion when launching cyberattacks on U.S. […]
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