June 3, 2012

Cyberwar Leaks Put Politics over Security

David Frum, National Post

AP Photo

Administrations like to brag about their national-security accomplishments. Administrations beset by bad economic news may feel they need to brag. An administration widely perceived as at odds with America's ally Israel may especially feel the need to brag about joint U.S.-Israeli operations against a shared U.S.-Israel enemy.

But you have to wonder: When does information go into overload?

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TAGGED: Cyber Attacks, Cybersecurity, Cyberwar, 2012, Barack Obama, United States, Iran

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