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"The Russians got caught with their equipment, with people who were doing it, and they have got to pay the piper. They're going to have to be held to account."
Rubio noted to Tim Cook that the company only took action after tech sites publicly reported on the harvesting of users' data.
"Letting the fox in the henhouse is something that I think people need to be really, really careful about before we find out that we’re going to regret it."
A lack of resources in local and state campaigns has posed another obstacle to cybersecurity.
“Any dynamic out there that causes voter confusion is bad for voting rights and bad for elections," says Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
"We're making progress on fake news... we're getting better at finding and stopping our opponents," Facebook COO tells intelligence committee.
Legislation aims to "expose and impose costs on states that try to use cyberattacks to undermine American security and prosperity."
“The question remains whether the federal government will subvert the Constitution to achieve the goal of federalizing elections under the guise of security,” said Kemp.
Sample posts included pro-Brexit content and a meme of Michelle Obama holding a sign that said "an immigrant took my job."
ISIS hacking collective also gives date for launch of an attack against a government, threatens Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Legislation rolls in bills on defending NATO and designating Russia a state sponsor of terror, imposes cyber penalties and requires full assets report on suspected world's richest man.