Tangled Web: Cyberwar Fears Pose Dangers of Unnecessary Escalation | RAND


The first is to understand that the answer to the question — Is this cyberattack an act of war? — is a decision, not a conclusion. Even if cyberwar can be used to disrupt life on a mass scale, it cannot be used to occupy another nation’s capital. It cannot force regime change. No one has yet died from it. A cyberattack,

via Tangled Web: Cyberwar Fears Pose Dangers of Unnecessary Escalation | RAND.

Hackers can do something fetal. And they could alter elections, which does in fact facilitate regime changes. Further, psychological warfare can be used over the media of the Internet and web. This would create various results depending upon intent, skill level, perspectives. These are reputable counter arguments which foil your assertions in the above paragraph of the article. Please do further research when broaching subject matters. It makes you appear rather ignorant and debases your credibility, and that of your article or statement. Apologies if this seems harsh critique. I need more coffee.

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