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License to Use the Internet

Licensed to Surf
Posted by David Kramer on February 1, 2010 08:48 AM

...One of the “weapons” suggested to combat ... imaginary “cyberwarfare” is a license to use the internet. ... Today, it’s an internet user’s license in order not to initiate a cyberattack. Tomorrow, it will be an internet user’s license to censor enemies of the state like myself from disseminating the truth about our Masters’ political and economic machinations.

Terrorist attacks. Financial meltdowns. Global warming. Viruses pandemics. And now “Cyberwarfare.” Our malevolent Masters really are desperate, aren’t they?

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Did the real "cyber 9/11" happen on 9/11?

9/11 and Cyberterrorism:
Did the real "cyber 9/11" happen on 9/11?

James Corbett
The Corbett Report
17 July, 2009

Cyber-9/11

Government sources immediately began blaming North Korea for the recent cyberterror attacks on South Korea and the U.S., despite having no evidence to back up those claims.[1] Now, an examination of the evidence by independent computer experts show that the attack seems to have been coordinated from the UK.[2] The hysterical media coverage in the attack's wake, however, echoing the government line that it was likely the work of North Korea, served to cement in the minds of many that this was an act of cyberwarfare.