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George W. Bush vs cybercrime

Date: June 26, 2007

President George W. Bush on Monday highlighted the growing danger of cyberattacks, in a meeting with his Estonian counterpart Toomas Ilves, whose country recently was hit hard by the crimes.

"We also talked about an interesting subject, and one that I can learn a lot about, and that is the cyberattack that makes us all vulnerable," Bush said, adding "this President (Ilves), one, understands the issue well; two, has got some ideas, including a NATO center of excellence in Estonia to deal with this issue."

Estonia recently say cyberattacks deal setbacks to many of the country's computer networks. It has accused Russian neighbors of using the weapon just as bilateral ties are severely strained.
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