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 •  October 30

As technology executives prepare to testify this week before Congress about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, expect to hear plenty about what companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google could have done then and can be doing now to prevent disinformation from appearing on our screens. And amid a news cycle dominated by news of indictments...

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 •  October 2

As the U.S. cracks down on North Korea, Russia is giving the rogue state a cyber lifeline. Russian state-owned company TransTeleCom has provided a new internet connection to Kim Jong Un’s regime, according to North Korea monitoring project 38 North. Cybersecurity experts have also confirmed the new Russian link. The move strengthens North Korea’s...

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 •  September 23

North Korea has launched 15 missiles in 22 tests in 2017. According to US intelligence sources, the most recent test detonated a 140-kiloton nuclear device, which the North Koreans claim was a hydrogen bomb. (That’s 10 times as powerful as the atomic bomb the United States dropped on Hiroshima in World War II.) The UN secretary-general has...

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 •  July 10

Shares A House Democrat introduced a measure Monday intended to block a potential cyber working group with Russia that was proposed at President Donald Trump’s meeting last week with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The amendment to a massive Defense bill from Virginia Democrat Rep. Don Beyer would bar any Pentagon funds from being used to “share...