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Russian Hack Charges Offer Rare Look At Spy Vs. Spy Battles

Law360 (July 19, 2018, 8:40 PM EDT) -- The fly-on-the-wall account of Russian hacking laid out in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's indictment charging a dozen Kremlin-backed spies with interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election is striking, ex-prosecutors say, given its risk of exposing American investigative tools — which may have included hacking the Russians back.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 29-page case filed last Friday against 12 Russian military officers offers an unprecedented glimpse into the Kremlin's hacking operations, experts said. (AP) Mueller's 29-page case unsealed Friday includes an unprecedented glimpse into not only how 12 Russian military officers hacked into Democratic Party systems and conspired to spread damaging dirt...

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