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Submission + - Cyberwar Is the New Yellowcake, Fueling a Cybersecurity-Industrial Complex (wired.com)

sackbut writes: Wired has a new story about the "Yet evidence to sustain such dire warnings is conspicuously absent. In many respects, rhetoric about cyber catastrophe resembles threat inflation we saw in the run-up to the Iraq War. And while Congress’ passing of comprehensive cybersecurity legislation wouldn’t lead to war, it could saddle us with an expensive and overreaching cyber-industrial complex."

Perhaps good for programmers but not so good for rights.

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Cyberwar Is the New Yellowcake, Fueling a Cybersecurity-Industrial Complex

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