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Without real-time information sharing, U.S. companies cannot adapt and respond to cyberattackers' constantly changing tactics, argues the chair of the House Intelligence Committee. The problem, counters Rebecca MacKinnon, is the lack of protections of individual liberties.
As the White House sanctions Iran and Syria for using technology to target their citizens, other parts of the U.S. government are driving the development of policies, regulatory norms, and business practices that embolden authoritarian governments to electronically police their populations.