Why a Russian submarine may have tried to tap into undersea communications: 95 percent of communications and $10 Trillion in data are carried on undersea cables

Ninety-nine percent of data that crosses the world’s oceans is carried by undersea cables — over $10 trillion worth of data each and every day. The stakes are high, and …

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