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- Israel dropped a bomb on Hamas' hackers after thwarting a cyberattack.
- China got NSA's hacking tools before the Shadow Brokers leaks.
- Experts assessed the damage from the first attack on the US grid.
- The FCC blocked China Mobile from operating in the US over national security concerns.
- Deleting every trace of "terrorist" content may be a bad idea.
- The Intercept outed another leaker.
- Google backtracked after suppressing the Claremont Institute.
- The FTC's Joe Simons and Noah Phillips weighed in on privacy matters.
- Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes called for Facebook to be broken up.
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