U.S. reserves right to meet cyber attack with force
The United States reserves the right to retaliate with military force against a cyberattack and is working to sharpen its ability to track down the source of any attack, the Pentagon said in a report made public on Tuesday.
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Since: Jul 10
#1 Nov 16, 2011
This should have been addressed back in the 1990's. This policy is long over due. Implementation cannot be done quick enough.
#2 Nov 17, 2011
I'm in favor of that too.
In fact i think it should include Cyber bullying, SPAM, stealing identities, virus attacks, and stalking.
This is why i keep a very low profile of who i am on-line.
Way too many crazies out there attacking people through social networks and e-mails.
Its not just the government and military that's being attacked, everyone is at risk.
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