One of the key National Security concerns of the decade since 9/11 has been the threat of cyberwar. In its three-part report, SecurityNewsDaily thoroughly examines the relevance of these concerns in light of the recent developments in cyber policy and defense spending. The report is presented as follows: Part 1: Cyberwar: Definition, Hype and Reality, Part 2: What Cyberwar Would Look Like and Part 3: Why Cyberwar Is Unlikely.
As a reminder, the Pentagon has recently declared, as a matter of doctrine, that a cyber attack from a foreign nation can be considered an act of war and can justify a traditional military response.
Certain States are being more proactive in anti-cyberbullying legislation than others. California enacted new measures that will allow schools to suspend students for bullying classmates on social networking sites, including Facebook.
When do the five major Internet service providers – AT&T, Cablevision, Verizon, Time Warner Cable, and Comcast – come together? Apparently, when it comes to policing consumers in an effort to prevent online piracy. This week, the 5 majors banded together to create a universal six-strike policy that imposes penalties on illegal downloads. The policy garnered support from movie studios, record labels and the Obama administration.
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