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The $1 trillion estimate of the global cost of hacking cited by US President Barack Obama could be triple the real number, a new study by the company responsible for the earlier figure reveals.
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Does this include U.S. Government hackers?
Simple..... the US will print more paper monies.
Well see Obama added in what it would cost to fight hacking and to hack. Then there is emotional damage interest damage and so much more..
The hackers who work for the USA Government? The Korean Government hackers? or all of them?
It may be little bit over exaggerated by a factor of a Trillion.
Has this stopped or even slowed down surveillance on Honest, Innocent People. No, No it hasn't, in fact it's Increased.
Is that the money they spent on fixing the problems they are the cause of?
THIS IS ALL FOR THE EXCUSE TO SPY ON WORLD. AND COMPETETORS IN EUROEPA ND CHINA.
95% of the hacking in done in a country known as USA.
Excuse me but this is an underestimate. I have been in IT for over 25 years.
95% of the hacking in done in a country known as Russia.
call your phone provider tell them to block your text messages so no hack gets in
The 1 trillion$ estimate of Anonymous hacking damage is based upon estimates on how much it will take to cover up government crimes and other related damage controls. More bribes will now have to be handed out to more people to keep them quiet.
What does the USA cost us all with it's hacking then?
The US steals IP from everyone. They will likely just claim it is theirs. They are morally bankrupt.
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