5 Responses to Virtual battlefield: Cyber-conflict escalates in midst of North Korean tensions

  1. archie1954 says:

    The US and Israel showed the rest of the world how to fight a cyberwar (Stuxnet) so shouldn’t complain when other nations follow their lead.

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  2. Ernie says:

    why are they connected to OUR internet if they want NOTHING to do with the rest of the world???

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    • Attacus says:

      Because its not “Our” internet, it doesent belong to anyone, and to suggest one should have it while the other is denied is really truly arrogant. everyone regardless of where they come from should enjoy it and have access to it.

      And its certaintly not the citizens of N Korea’s fault there leader is a nutcase who stomps on them. they shouldnt be denied something because of a few bad apples.

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    • John B. says:

      Because it is not YOUR internet. It belongs to the NWO’s and their spy services. They want free access for all so they can keep an “eye” on things. Big Brother is watching you….

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  3. tonic says:

    I think the last sentence of this post speaks volumes about future warfare. Forget about soldiers and bombs, a country can be brought to it’s knees via a keyboard.

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