Germany's spy chief warns Russian cyberattacks could hit polls

Germany's Bruno Kahl says cyberattacks are taking place to sow political uncertaintyGermany’s foreign intelligence service chief warned Tuesday that Russia could seek to disrupt next year’s elections in Europe’s biggest economy with cyber attacks. “Europe is in the focus of these disturbances, and Germany particularly so,” Bruno Kahl told the Sueddeutsche Zeitung daily in an interview published a day after Deutsche Telekom said hackers disrupted internet services for almost one million of its clients.

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