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Cyber War for US, Syria?i
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March 05, 2014 12:02 AM
The Syrian government and its allies are widely believed to be using cyberattacks to target members of the opposition. Meanwhile, the Obama administration reportedly has been debating the use of cyberattacks to disrupt the Syrian government's military, but has been hesitant to do so. More from VOA's Kent Klein

Cyber War for US, Syria?

Published March 04, 2014

The Syrian government and its allies are widely believed to be using cyberattacks to target members of the opposition. Meanwhile, the Obama administration reportedly has been debating the use of cyberattacks to disrupt the Syrian government's military, but has been hesitant to do so. More from VOA's Kent Klein


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