The American Conservatives, a conservative website, says the hacking definition is a bit too broad.
They say hacking is when someone takes control of a computer or mobile device and steals data, which is what hackers do.
It also includes taking other actions to get information, such as changing a password.
The definition is also vague, the article says.
The definition is very vague, and they also miss the big picture, which includes a few specific actions, the definition states.
The American conservatives, in a recent article, wrote that they were “thrilled” to have this debate and said they’re glad there’s a debate on the matter, The American Progressive reported.
The conservatives also want the definition to be clearer.
They say they’re also encouraged by the bipartisan focus on this issue.
The Washington Examiner reports that the Trump administration has made it a priority to bring the issue of cyberattacks to the forefront of the 2018 midterm elections.
In addition to cybersecurity, the administration is also pushing a bill to create a federal cybersecurity commission.