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Recent ransomware attacks against the United States are raising questions about whether and how the military, specifically U.S. Cyber Command, might counter this type of malicious cyber activity. Here, we provide a road map for policymakers to help guide their decision-making on this critical policy challenge.
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The Lawfare Podcast: Mayank Varia and Riana Pfefferkorn on Apple's Decision to Scan for Child Exploitation Material
Two of the biggest controversies in tech are how to stop the spread of child pornography and other exploitation material, and whether encryption prevents legitimate law enforcement investigations. In an announcement last week, Apple dropped a bomb into both of these debates.
Ransomware amounts to an ongoing tax by foreign gangs on U.S. governments and industry. If U.S. companies are going to pay extortionate taxes to foreign non-state entities, they should at least have to file a tax return.
Offensive operations will continue apace in the foreseeable future—conducted by the United States, its allies and its adversaries. The choice is whether and how to engage in them responsibly and minimize cost to societies.
The White House Responded to the Chinese Hacks of the Microsoft Exchange Servers This Week. Is It Enough?
The Biden administration should be applauded for building a broad coalition of allies to condemn China's dangerous cyber activity. Now, the White House should do what it has done to other U.S. adversaries and impose real costs on Beijing.
On July 16, the Department of Justice unsealed a grand jury indictment