Justice Department launches task force to examine election interference

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Trump raises Obama’s inaction against Russia

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday announced the creation of a cyber-task-force-study, choice interference efforts, and wants the group to a report by the end of June.

Meetings announcement’ that is not specific to Russia, which claimed to be the subject of several investigations after that it interfered with the election in 2016. But meetings have to achieve that “hostile governments” are able to the Internet, take advantage of this.

“The Internet has give us amazing new tools that help us to work, communicate, and participate in our economy, but these tools can also be exploited by criminals, terrorists and hostile governments,” he said. “The Department of Justice, we take these threats seriously. This is the reason why I today the creation of a Cyber-Digital Task Force in order to advise me the most effective ways that this Department can against these threats and keep the American people safe.”

The new Cyber-Digital Task Force under the chairmanship of the senior department of the office picked up, the Deputy General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein, and members of the Department’s criminal and National security divisions, the U.S. attorneys, the Office of Legal Policy, Office of privacy and Civil liberties, the office of the Chief Information Officer, the ATF, FBI, DEA and the U.S. Marshals Service.



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