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Cybersecurity analysts on Wednesday criticized the Obama's administration's new plan to protect vital industries such as banking and energy from attacks by hackers, spies and foreign enemies.
Ordinarily, I'd be fine reaching an intellectual conclusion solely on the basis that if Moby and Michael Stipe are against it, I'm for it.