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The UK in 2018. The biggest story dominating the news agenda for most of a week is about an accidental chicken shortage 🧐  https://twitter.com/WiredUK/status/966387043977826305 
There's plenty more bits in the full piece, which is here. You should read it as it's better than my tweets  http://www.wired.co.uk/article/gchq-uk-robert-hannigan-cyberwar-definition 
Hannigan alluded to saying bulk data collection isn't the most effective system for handling surveillance investigations, especially in the upcoming age of AI https://t.co/246g2TwhEC
The Snooper's Charter – the UK's latest surveillance regime – is bound to cause problems when the government comes to negotiating a data sharing deal around Brexit. Particularly around the collection of bulk data https://t.co/h95IR8MCBH
Not included in the piece: he believes there's a case for security agencies holding back vulnerabilities from companies, as with EternalBlue stolen from the NSA. But it is a case-by-case basis Additionally, the exploits built around EternalBlue etc "haven't been used very well"
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