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by Danny Bradbury The Trump administration has rolled back rules that outlined how to launch cyberattacks on other nations. The decision, which has been under consideration for much of the year, could herald a more hawkish approach to cyberwarfare within the US government. Signed in 2012, the original Obama-era Presidential Policy Directive 20 (PPD-20) replaced
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Speaking at DEFCON to deliver research on “a comprehensive list of Nation-State Big Brothers,” security researcher Eduardo Lzycki said that there had been an increased number of governments both censoring and shutting down online services, as well as acquiring cyber espionage and offensive tools. Saying that the internet was something that “people gathered around as