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Senate stalls cyber commander to probe digital war

WASHINGTON – When hackers a continent away attack a military computer system,using computers belonging to unsuspecting private citizens or businesses as cover, what are the rules when the U.S. fights back?

As U.S. officials struggle to put together plans to defend government networks, they are faced with questions about the rippling effects of retaliation. Taking action against a hacker could affect foreign countries, private citizens or businesses — ranging from hospitals to power plants — whose computers might get caught up in the electronic battle.

 

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