How Hacking Became a Professional Service in Russia

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Written by Joshua Yaffa 23 May 2021

“Although Russian law-enforcement bodies periodically mount operations aimed at domestic cybercriminals, they generally turn a blind eye to those who use Russia as a base for infiltrating foreign networks. That is partly a function of legal jurisdiction and investigative wherewithal” (Joshua Yaffa, 2021).

Publisher: The New Yorker

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Categories: Media and technology, Authoritarianism