A full military intervention in Syria is still being debated, but there’s another conversation happening about whether the U.S. should attack President Assad’s regime with cyber warfare. So what might a cyber attack against Syria look like, and what would the repercussions be? Adam Segal, head of the Cyberconflict and Cybersecurity Initiative at the Council on Foreign Relations, talks with Marketplace host Ben Johnson to discuss.
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