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February 05, 2013

US Gov't Decides on Cyber Warfare Strategy, Including Preemptive Measures

By Rory Lidstone, TMCnet Contributing Writer


It's a concerning sign of the times that the U.S. government needs a cyber warfare strategy, but with the frequency of cyber attacks not only in the United States but around the world — Twitter was recently hit by a "sophisticated cyber attack" that exposed the passwords of around 250,000 users, for example — it is definitely a necessity.


What's more, a "secret legal review" has concluded that the government can launch a cyber attack against a threatening nation in defense.


Indeed, an anonymous source within the government recently told The New York Times that these new cyber policies have laid the ground for military and U.S. intelligence agencies to deploy cyber weapons against other nations... Read More


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