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It’s been a busy time for cyber espionage. Russia has been accused of giving G20 summit members USB sticks and charging cables infected with surveillance malware.

Meanwhile, the National Security Agency has reportedly tapped into Google and Yahoo’s networks without either company’s knowledge.

Are we entering a new era of surveillance and foreign policy?

Listen to Episode 107 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Craig Young, Tyler Reguly and Tim Erlin discuss the possibility that Russia was framed at the G20, the impact of NSA surveillance on business profits, and the relative believability of Edward Snowden’s claims.

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