16.1 – Information Warfare & Legal Issues

16.1 – Information Warfare & Legal Issues
For years, and across nations, military bureaucrats have become worried of the possibilities that a foreign rival might strike their communications networks, computers, and databases. They have reasoned that the age of warfare done within the nexus of information has arrived.  Such an “information warfare” attack could be part of greater conventional military operations. Information warfare presents legal issues for national defense planners. Many, if not most, targets of information warfare would possibly be communications systems and commercial computing systems. These systems are more vulnerable than those managed by the military. Most commercial operators are not typically aware that they…
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