TALLINN - Estonia's representative in the UN cyber experts' work group, former foreign minister Marina Kaljurand considers notable the decision of the United States to implement countermeasures against Russia in regard to the cyber meddling in the U.S. presidential election.
"The decision of President Barack Obama to implement measures against Russia in answer to Russia's cyber meddling is notable for several reasons," Kaljurand wrote in her blog.
"It is the first time that one country is blaming another country for cyber...
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