Military beefs up Internet arsenal
"Our opponents do a heck of a lot more than just watch us in cyberspace," Davis said. "They are acting in cyberspace. We need to develop options so that we can … dominate cyberspace."
Cyberattacks can take different forms, including eliminating terrorist websites and creating doubts among insurgents about their networks' security, said Arquilla, who favors an offensive approach he calls a "virtual scorched-earth policy." [more]* * * *
Those that are politically active may notice websites and blogs in the US critical of Bush's regime and corruption can be hacked and attacked. Others are taken down by nervous website hosting services when they receive a "target letter". The Intelligence Community and Law Enforcement should do their jobs. They should also be reminded and be required to act Constitutionally when dealing with American citizens.
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