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Russia's Stephanova who reported the doping scandal says account was hacked to reveal her hiding location: Does more need to be done to stop Russian hacking?

Russia's Stephanova who reported the doping scandal says account was hacked to reveal her hiding location: Does more need to be done to stop Russian hacking?
  • Yes, more should be done to stop Russian hacking.

    The world IT community must do more to address Russian hacking. Russia has been hacking foreign governments, as well as private companies. IT professionals should work together to strengthen the security around servers, so that hackers cannot gain access to computer networks. Furthermore, there should be some repercussions for Russia when it is found to be supporting hackers.

  • Yes, alot should be done.

    The Russian hackers have been a nuisance to many, both individuals, governments and organizations. The case of Stephanova is just one of the many cases that have become the order of the day. More should be done to stop this menace but it might be difficult if the same hackers are supported by the Russian government to spy on others countries.

  • Technology issues need to be addressed along with other global problems

    Yes, it seems more should be done to stop hacking in general, but specifically Russian hacking that seems to have come up more recently. It is an issue that has been increasing as we become more and more dependent on technology. It seems like an issue that should be addressed by a global governing body in some way or maybe a summit of world leaders.

  • I agree but ...

    Hacking is next to impossible to stop -- for every new code or security measure, there's someone out there who can break it. Hackers exist, and are going to continue to exist. Data security has to receive more attention, and people in general have to learn to improve their own privacy by not providing the internet with any more personal information than is absolutely required.

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