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Britain, Germany mounting cyber warfare defense

The U.S. federal government is getting more company in the world of cyber defense, Reuters reports.

Germany will open a new center to defend against cyber-warfare. The country’s interior ministry says the center will work to fight off cyber espionage and other attacks.

And Britain announced its own $1 billion program last month.

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