Call of duty

With so much of the national infrastructure, from utilities to the internet itself, a potential target of attack, the Government is forging partnerships with the private sector to help protect the services we all rely on. But, in the wake of Edward Snowden, defence is no longer just a question of what can be done, but also of what is acceptable. Asavin Wattanajantra reports.

by Asavin Wattanajantra

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