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Former NSA Chief: Why I'm Worth $1 Million a Month to Wall Street

Max Ocean @ Common Dreams - Former NSA Director Keith Alexander says his services warrant a fee of up to a million dollars, due to a cyber-surveillance technique he and partners at his new security firm IronNet Cybersecurity have developed, Foreign Policy reported on Tuesday. The claim follows reporting earlier this month that Alexander is slated to head a 'cyber-war council' backed by Wall Street.  Read more.

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