U.S. takes aim at cyberwarfare

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Still, many - and not just privacy and civil liberties mavens - remain unconvinced about the likely performance of the NSA, and by extension the new cybercommand, in this crucial area of partnership.

“While NSA has improved in both areas since Sept. 11, neither collaboration nor information sharing [is] exactly NSA core competencies,” Mr. McKee said.

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