Thomas Rid

Kings College London

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Thomas Rid is Professor of Security Studies at Kings College London. His latest book is Rise of the Machines: A Cybernetic History.

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US intelligence chiefs told a Senate committee today Russia was more aggressive than ever in hacking to influence last year's US election.

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US intelligence chiefs told a Senate committee today Russia was more aggressive than ever in hacking to influence last year's US election.

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