U.S. and China Talking About Cyberweapons
Stuart Baker calls them "proxy talks" because they're not government to government, but it's a start.
Posted on August 13, 2012 at 6:57 AM
Russia - there's no point in talking to the government, it's not clear that they are actually in charge of most of the activity. And talking to most Russian organisations able to pull this off is like talking to the Chicago mob about the effect they are having on violin case sales.
In the EU the repercussions of getting caught doing this to another member country probably means it's too risky. And if you are doing it to the US or China you simply blame it on China or the US respectively.
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