Sometimes silence, perhaps unintentionally, speaks louder than words. Writing today in Lawfare, Timothy Edgar, a Visiting Fellow at Brown University's Watson Institute, noted that neither cybersecurity nor surveillance nor encryption was mentioned once in President Barack Obama's State of the Union address last night.
"In past years," he writes, "Obama has sounded increasingly urgent warnings of malicious cyber attacks on critical infrastructure. This year, not a peep..."
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