New York Times: Constant but camouflaged, flurry of cyberattacks

In a New York Times article, policy experts say cyberattacks are a new normal of continuous, government-linked hacking that may now be a permanent feature of the global order.

Described as an extension of espionage, cyberattacks such as hacking private industry and government databases are a burgeoning frontier, with no certain terms of engagement or boundaries.

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