How’s this for a job title — secret agent’s apprentice? The British government is recruiting teenage apprentice spies and codebreakers without university degrees in a bid to deepen the talent pool of its intelligence services for the era of cyberterorrism and cyberwarfare. Foreign Secretary William Hague announced the program Thursday in a speech at Bletchley Park, Britain’s World War II code-breaking headquarters.
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