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The latest iteration of imperial blowback is coming in the form of cyberwarfare techniques pioneered by US intelligence agencies being turned against the country's patchwork internet security.
SOURCE: National Security Archive
National Security Archive Releases USCYBERCOM documents which shed new light on the campaign to counter ISIS in cyberspace
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New FOIA documents show challenges in operational synchronization, deconfliction, and inter-agency coordination.
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