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Garrett Hinck is a former research intern at the Brookings Institution. A graduate of Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, he is particularly interested in cyber security and Internet law. He has held previous internships at the policy team of an internet domain company and at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism.
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In the wake of the U.N.’s failure to articulate new norms on cyber governance, the private sector is developing its own ideas.
President Donald Trump will tell North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that the U.S. will not make significant concessions such as lifting economic sanctions before Pyongyang dismantles its nuclear program, the Wall Street Journal reported. U.S. officials said a key point of disagreement between the U.S. and North Korea is the timeline for sanctions relief and denuclearization.
NATO has warned that the Russian navy is aggressively probing undersea communications cable networks. Should the U.S. be worried?
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The Senate passed S.139, the bill reauthorizing Title XII of the FISA Amendments Act and extending the Section 702 surveillance program for six years, in a 65-34 vote, Reuters reported.