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Could US Government Innovation Challenges Fund Cyberattacks On US Industry?

The US Government has given away a quarter billion dollars in taxpayer funds via innovation challenges, but can’t measure their success, while placing no restrictions on projects that could conduct basic cyberattacks on American industry
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