say no to porn, that what happens. "All in all, it seems the U.S. Government is remaining mum on the subject" that sounds like a statement from a movie from michael bay
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It seems to me the Us Government, specifically pentagon, FBI, Marshal's and any other part of the government security wise needs to wake up. The world has changed the most important and therefore valuable thing in the information age is information. In many ways they have shied away and stayed back from technology. If this is the information age and value is now figured by information and its transmission, wouldn't that also be the avenue attacked. Like the stuff with Sarah Palin getting her email hacked because she was using Yahoo mail. A kindergartner could figure out how to hack yahoo email. But the fact here is if someone wanted to attack the government or the US for that matter what do you do? You shut down the information. All the information! Either way government computers have full privileges on the US network. Therefore if you wanted to attack it you start at the top. Going down from the top would be almost automatic. That includes every bank, every energy distribution avenue gas electric or any other, and every phone-cell-WAN and any other network down from the government. In the midevil ages they killed you or took your land, in the industrial age they tried to hurt your GNP, in the information age they turn off your phone and internet and you are left helpless.
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