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MOSCOW, May 23. /TASS/. The U.S. did not activate a Russian-American mechanism of mutual alerting to cyberattacks since the start of the emergence of hacking charges against Russia, Maria Zakharova, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s official spokesperson told TASS.
"We have a special mechanism of alerting each other to cyberattacks (coming out of the territories of either country - TASS) and if the U.S. has apprehensions about a cyber threat of some kind that’s coming out of Russia, then a mechanism of data exchange gets into action," she said.
"The same system applies to us, too, but the U.S. didn’t enact it virtually a single time," Zakharova said.