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2017-11-21 | Coast Guard IT oversight lacking, Hack Back (HR 4036) law legal review, and Intel ME audits
Tuesday, November 21
Adobe, Starbucks, Uber, Twitter, Yahoo, U.S. Department of Defense, SEM Rush, Zomato, GrabTaxi and more were in /hacktivity stream in the past 24-hours.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Responding to external research reports, Intel Management Engine audit reveals several security vulnerabilities
“Hack Back” law (H.R. 4036) legal opinion by attorney Chris Cook, published in justsecurity.org
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