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‘Cyber bombs’ are missing the mark in the fight against ISIS

There’s two battlefields now—the real-world battlefield and the virtual one.

On Apr 18, 2016 by Carlo Munoz

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Here’s why Silicon Valley can’t stop terrorism

There is no tech solution to terrorism, but that won’t stop people from asking.

On Mar 23, 2016 by Kelsey Atherton

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How the next president could transform Internet freedom

Do you know where do the candidiates stand on cyber issues?

On Mar 7, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa

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The next Supreme Court justice and the future of the Internet

How will the next Supreme Court justice affect Internet freedom?

On Feb 22, 2016 by Matthew Rozsa

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Do special operations forces need their own elite cyberwarfare team?

The idea of a creating a cyber ‘A-Team’ is tantalizing, but also challenging.

On Jan 19, 2016 by Carlo Munoz

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This new cyber surveillance legislation should worry all Americans

Yes, you really are getting pwned.

On Dec 17, 2015 by Nathan White

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The FBI can’t win the war on encryption

Weakening encryption won’t solve ‘going dark,’ so why does the FBI want it?

On Dec 11, 2015 by Robyn Greene

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U.S. military plans to outsource cyberwar support to private companies

The U.S. plans to pay out $460 million in contracts.

On Nov 19, 2015 by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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The Pentagon releases its own guide to electronic warfare

Amid ramp-up in cyber warfare capabilities, military issues new field guide to soldiers.

On Feb 28, 2014 by Tim Sampson

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What we talk about when we talk about cyberwar

The U.S. launched 231 offensive cyberoperations in 2011. But what exactly does that translate to in practical terms?

On Oct 15, 2013 by Curt Hopkins

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Chinese hackers gain access to the most expensive U.S. weapons system ever built

A senior military advisory panel claims that more than two dozen major military weapons systems may have already been compromised by Chinese hackers.

On May 28, 2013 by Tim Sampson

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The thin line between cyberattacks and real war

Even in the digital age, a country can only legally counter a cyberattack with a physical one if the original attacked caused real, physical damage. 

On May 28, 2013 by Kevin Collier

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