Germany: Intel chief tries to reproduce US panic propaganda over Russian election influence

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November 29, 2016
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"Germany warned Tuesday of a rise in cyber attacks orchestrated by Russia in a bid to disrupt next year's election, a day after Europe's top economy suffered its biggest hacking strike. 'Europe is in the focus of these disturbances, and Germany particularly so,' foreign intelligence service chief Bruno Kahl told the Sueddeutsche Zeitung daily in an interview. There are indications that 'cyber attacks are taking place with no reason other than to sow political uncertainty,' said Kahl. The spy chief's assessment came a day after Germany's biggest telecommunications group Deutsche Telekom said hackers knocked almost one million of its clients offline." (11/29/16)  

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