NSA cyberdefense plan faces political roadblocks, experts say

08/13/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The National Security Agency's plan for technology to prevent cyberattacks may not move forward because of backlash over the agency's surveillance programs. "Public skepticism about U.S. cyberoperations is dramatically higher today, and it could result in political constraints that were off the table even a year ago," said Peter D. Feaver, a Duke University professor who worked on the National Security Council.

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