Adam Segal: Life in the hacked world order

By Andrew Ivers | September 2, 2016

In this interview, Adam Segal, author of The Hacked World Order, discusses everything from Chinese commercial espionage and Russian political hacking to the worldwide ripple effects of the Edward Snowden leaks and why Washington should prepare for the end of its cyber dominance.

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