Or as Michael Chertoff said “Welcome to the new world.”
And it begs the question whether the NSA backing off its offensive cyberweapons plans makes sense. I suppose calls for a more aggressive response will get louder the longer businesses are disrupted. But possibly the most interesting effect will be at a corporate-to-society level. If US corporates find themselves targeted for political reasons, particularly at a time when there is a collective souring on various aspects of globalization, the issue of political-hacking could galvanize the industries. That’s a big if, of course. But the threat and pressure of politically-motivated hacking will create a number of responses within the and between the companies. Given the long-term commercial challenges, this could be one of them.
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You write very fluently, it’s somewhat refreshing. In addition to something I posted a while back, you may be interested in this: