Here’s why it is unsurprising that China, the US, and Russia didn’t sign the global cyber security pact

Here’s why it is unsurprising that China, the US, and Russia didn’t sign the global cyber security pact

On Monday, French President Emmanuel Macron released an international agreement on cyber security principles at the Paris Peace Forum. While the pact was signed by 51 countries, 130 global companies and 90 charitable groups and universities, the five most notorious countries in cyber warfare refused to sign. Microsoft is proud to be one of the 370 signatories of @EmmanuelMacron’s Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace – an important step on the path towards digital peace.https://t.co/nzKN1Ux9fi — Brad Smith (@BradSmi) November 12, 2018 The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace, as the pact has been called, is…

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