05 November 2016
In the lead-up to next week’s United States presidential election, there have been hackings of sensitive US computer and e-mail systems.
There is no question about who is behind them – at least not to the US intelligence community, which has unequivocally fingered Russia as the one behind stolen e-mails linked to politicians and the Democratic National Convention.
… “This will be a very interesting example to see how things play out, and it will set a precedent for other countries in the future,” said the 45-year-old lawyer, who was here last week as a distinguished visiting fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies’ Centre of Excellence for National Security.
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Last updated on 07/11/2016