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    Both, worrisome and a good means of national defense. The US should employ every means and counter measure available to safeguard US interest. This is just one more battlefront. And before we go awww, how unfair to the ME, lets keep in mind that Iran has been testing missiles to carry EMP payloads to the US. Which if used on the East Coast would make 9/11 look like a school yard tussle.
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    Good for us, I just hope our geniuses who come with this stuff are also coming up with ways to block it from being used against us in return.
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    I admit bafflement and ignorance when it comes to the cyber-war debate. But I'm more concerned with the intrusiveness of both the public and private sector intrusion into our lives through technology.

    Why is their a crime called identity theft that implies ownership, but I don't get royalties when InfoUSA sells my identity?
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    its going to take them a decade to figure out? I hope they're not being paid by the hour. In any case, I expect we'll see more nation built malware and not less as time goes on.
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