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British government announces Cyber Reserve to protect the Queen's laptop

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The British government has updated its online cyber-security strategy with a variety of new cyber-programs to protect the motherland's cyber-future. It's setting up a nationwide Computer Emergency Response Team in order to help companies deal with... you know, cyber-threats. Alongside it, will be a new Cyber Reserve, which will call upon the talents of the motherland's finest cyber-minds in times of dire cyber-need. The plan will be pressed into action later next year, just as soon as our politicians learn another buzzword.

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