(Bloomberg) -- Achieving a multinational arms-control treaty governing the use of cyber-weapons may be impossible because groups unaffiliated with governments wouldn’t honor it, Admiral Michael Rogers, the director of U.S. National Security Agency, told lawmakers.

Terrorist groups such as Islamic State aren’t interested in stability and want to “tear the status quo down,” Rogers told the Senate intelligence panel during a hearing on Thursday.

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