Tom Donilon's opinion on illicit arms trafficking and cybercrime

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    Hey guys,

    I have to write a paper on Tom Donilon (National Security Advisor) and about his views on "cybercrime" and "illicit arms trafficking". Thus, I tried looking for information that reveals his opinion and solutions on these topics.
    Unfortunately, I could not find any.

    Do you know what his views are on these topics and where I can find information?

    Thank you!

    Greetings,
    Ferrari
     
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    Obama crackin' the whip on cybercrime...
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    Your first post on this forum is to ask us to do your homework for you?
     
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    I start here

    And while perusing those links I'd be looking for additional references and links that expand on the topics you are interested in researching.

    Good luck!
     
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