Watch this video, 4.44 min, published on Global Research TV, by James Corbett of GRtv, November 10, 2011.
In recent weeks the governments of Britain, Israel, the US, Japan, India and China have reported alleged cyber attacks by foreign militaries, hackers, and malicious software like Duqu, a virus similar to the Stuxnet cyber weapon constructed by Israel and the US for use against Iran’s nuclear program. Although the nature and origin of the attacks or even whether they took place at all cannot be independently confirmed, the supposed threats are being used to propose punishing new legislation aimed at stifling internet freedoms and are igniting new rivalries in what many see as the battlefield of the 21st century: cyberspace … (full text).
Obama Demands Access to Internet Records, in Secret, and Without Court Review, by Tom Burghardt, August 13, 2010;
CYBERSPACE: Pentagon Declares the Internet a War Domain, by John T. Bennett, July 15, 2011;
The Shadow Internet, by Devon DB, June 29, 2011;
Back from the Dead: The Internet Kill Switch, by Tom Burghardt, May 30, 2011.