The item “Cybercrime Crackdown,” in a recent Washington Outlook column (AW&ST May 26/June 2, p. 20), reveals a credibility problem with U.S. policies. The U.S. wants to arrest foreign nationals for cyberspying. Some citizens might applaud that action, but keep in mind that the National Security Agency (NSA) and the CIA are the largest cyber spies in the world. While it may not be trolling for economic information, the NSA would certainly take advantage of plans for a ...
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