The Intercept reported yesterday that Russia’s military intelligence agency, GRU, compromised the systems of a Florida elections services company.
Today’s big news is that former acting Attorney General Sally Yates (along with James Clapper) testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism today.
Well, I’m exhausted, how about you guys? Just trying to keep up with today’s news has tuckered me right out.
I have a bulleted list of stuff I think you should at least scan through. The first section is stuff I stumbled over today while sorting my RSS feeds for the year. The second section is a handful of links from my Fodder bookmarks folder, links I intended to share but never got to for some reason. Check ’em out.
To sum up: 35 Russian diplomats will be expelled from the US, two Russian compounds in the US will be closed, 9 individuals and entities will be sanctioned, and the DHS and FBI are releasing information on Russian cyber activity to help US tech people and companies combat Russian hacking.