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American lawmakers’ aggressive push against Russia and China for allegedly hacking research on coronavirus vaccines has raised eyebrows among some cybersecurity industry observers. So reports The Washington Post.

syringe 1884779 640Dmitri Alperovitch, chairman at nonprofit think tank Silverado Policy Accelerator, said that stolen medical research during a global pandemic would rank low among his worries about Russian or Chinese intelligence activities.

Susan Hennessey, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, warned that new hacking powers that President Trump has given to the CIA could open the door for the United States to engage in hacking activities it has typically condemned from other countries.

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