The ‘Global Cybercrime Problem’ Is Actually the ‘Russia Problem’

The Atlantic

16 Dec 2018

Morrison & Foerster partner John P. Carlin addresses the growing cyber interference threat that the U.S. faces from Russia, and outlines specific ways to combat it in his article for The Atlantic, “The ‘Global Cybercrime Problem’ Is Actually the ‘Russia Problem.’

“A series of explosive Department of Justice filings—outside the special counsel’s probe—makes clear that Russia is a rogue state in cyberspace. Now the United States needs a credible system to take action, and to sanction Russia for its misdeeds.”



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