NY Times claims attack against Iran initiated by Presidents Bush and Obama. Read this article by ZDNet's David Gewirtz, one of America's leading cyberwarfare experts, for analysis.
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Could we have created a Declaration of Independence, a Constitution, a Bill of Rights, or a Gettysburg Address in today's world?
Now we can finally rest assured that no matter which party wins the White House, our leaders will benefit daily from outsourcing American manufacturing jobs to underpaid Chinese workers.
Was the Pakistani Twitter shutdown just about squelching free speech over an art contest, or was there potentially something more?
In order to avoid paying taxes on his multi-billion dollar IPO windfall, Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook, is renouncing his United States citizenship.
We'll wind up with a law that substantially reduces our privacy, increases costs to most companies, does not protect us from cyberattacks, and doesn't get the job done.
We want and need to buy American. That, and not just mocking the loyal opposition, is how you're going to really save jobs in America.
It's a fine line to walk. Rather than great thinkers like Thomas Jefferson and Ben Franklin, we're stuck with the 112th U.S. Congress.
There's still time to take this bill down. Read, learn, and then let your Congress-Critters know that, once again, We The Internet will not stand for these assaults on our rights.
The wife of an active-duty soldier learned of his death, not through the military's very carefully thought-out death-notification procedure, but over Facebook.