Why North Korea’s Hacking Should Have Been on the Trump/Kim Singapore Summit

on July 11, 2018
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Trump’s Denuclearization Summit with North Korea ignored a big tech threat affecting the US, South Korea and foreign governments around the world

When President Trump met recently with Kim Jun-Un of N. Korea in Singapore, the topic of denuclearization was the #1 issue on the table. Nuclear Weapons are a huge threat to humanity and could be used in a war to wipe out millions of people in the heat of battle.

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