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US military sees more drones, ‘cyber weapon’ non-proliferation in the future

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Dec
2013

The $552 billion 2014 military defense budget signed by President Barack Obama will continue to fund high-tech cyber and unmanned aircraft operations. The budget, which grants central Cyber Command $68 million in operational costs alongside more money for research and individual unit operations, instructs agencies to work towards controlling the proliferation of cyber weapons. That means stopping the sale or spread of malicious code for criminal, terrorist, or military activities while allowing governments and businesses to use it for legitimate self-defense. Banned cyber weapons could still be used in self-defense In addition, the Pentagon must issue a report on how to strengthen ties with small businesses, making them more aware of threats and helping to create plans that protect networks and intellectual property.

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