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Google exec warns UNSC over cyber-attacks

Google executives on Tuesday, cyber attacks, disinformation, and other intelligence warfare in Ukraine are the “crystal ball” of future problems elsewhere. Warned the United Nations Security Council.

“The state must find a way to turn down the volume and determine some deterrent principles for the cyber domain,” Jared Cohen said in a hate speech, incitement,in Ukraine. Said in the council on atrocities.

He claims that tech companies need expertise, but “there is no magical algorithm or single fix for this,” and to find a solution. Many experiments are needed.

Cohen leads a jigsaw that is part of Google aimed at building technology to combat disinformation, censorship, and radicalism online.

Ukraine has “disproportionately targeted” by advanced cyberattacks sinceRussia annexed Crimea in 2014, adding: rice field.

The war in Ukraine has pressured tech companies to work harder to fight hate speech, disinformation and other harmful content online. The European Union is working to wipe out thenew rule, and Google, Facebook’s parent Meta, and other tech giants need to monitor the platform more closely.

Western forces on the Security Council have accused Russia of propaganda, disinformation and hatred campaigns aimed at undermining Ukraine. A recent report from cybersecurity firm Mandiant found that Russia used disinformation, fear and publicity to demoralize Ukraine and divide its allies.

“Hate” Speech could also be a war Britain’s UN Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations, James Kaliuki, called on Russia to “stop making such statements” on Tuesday.

Russian Ambassador Vasily Nevenzia reiterated his country’s rebuttal that rhetoric by Ukrainian authorities had poisoned civilians against Russian-speaking Russians in Russia and Ukraine with Western encouragement.

“From our point of view, we see violence in Ukraine and a real incitement toanti-Russian,” he said.

Albania, now the council’s replacement chair, called for a meeting on Tuesday. The World News

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