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Accuse, Evict, Repeat: Why Punishing China and Russia for Cyberattacks Fails

New York Times

22 Jul 2020

John Carlin spoke to the New York Times for an article discussing whether punishing China and Russia for cyberattacks and other bad behavior can actually prevent this behavior from happening.

John, who spearheaded the Obama administration’s strategy to indict cyberactors and make public the information about who was behind the attacks, said that this was “a long-overdue step,” adding that “it is a good way to make the detail public in a credible way, with the high standard that you believe you can prove your case beyond a reasonable doubt.”

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