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Tech industry urges Trump to order disclosures from WikiLeaks CIA hack

March 14, 2017 |
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The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation argues that President Trump should order U.S. spy agencies to responsibly disclose cyber vulnerabilities to companies following a WikiLeaks release of stockpiled CIA security vulnerabilities.

“The U.S. government's policy for disclosing vulnerabilities is misguided,” said Daniel Castro, the vice president at ITIF, Monday in a blog post. “In the future, rather than hoard this information, the CIA and other intelligence agencies should commit to responsibly disclosing vulnerabilities it discovers to the private sector...

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