The HACT Act would give American companies, universities and individuals the ability to sue foreign, state-sponsored hackers for damages. It is long overdue.
They are here, and they have embraced wildfire arson as a recommended tactic. It would be foolish not to investigate the possibility.
If the United States is serious about putting “maximum pressure” on Iran, it will demand accountability from high-ranking officials who have overseen political assassinations on Western soil, as well as a laundry list of other crimes.
We unleashed the military, removed the outrageous restrictions put upon them by Obama so that they could actually do their jobs, and we set a concrete goal: destroy the physical caliphate of ISIS.
Most Americans no longer have faith in the government and political apparatus that fortifies the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Republican lawmakers shouldn’t either.