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Submission + - New York Times discusses cyberwar and militirization of the Internet (nytimes.com)

puddingebola writes: "From the Article:

"The decision by the United States and Israel to develop and then deploy the Stuxnet computer worm against an Iranian nuclear facility late in George W. Bush’s presidency marked a significant and dangerous turning point in the gradual militarization of the Internet. Washington has begun to cross the Rubicon. If it continues, contemporary warfare will change fundamentally as we move into hazardous and uncharted territory. ""

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New York Times discusses cyberwar and militirization of the Internet

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