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Experts Compare Trump, Clinton Cybersecurity Policies (Washington Post)

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Cybersecurity is now a top national security problem — some officials even call it a bigger threat than terrorism. But both major presidential candidates have hit hurdles on the campaign trail that raised questions about how they would try to keep U.S. computers safe if elected.

Just last month, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton escaped criminal prosecution for using a private email server for work as secretary of state — but got a tongue-lashing from the director of the FBI for being “extremely careless” by using it. Then emails from the Democratic National Committee were released by WikiLeaks, exposing politically embarrassing information.