June 25, 2012

Stuxnet Will Come Back to Haunt U.S.

Misha Glenny, New York Times

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There is no international treaty or agreement restricting the use of cyberweapons, which can do anything from controlling an individual laptop to disrupting an entire country's critical telecommunications or banking infrastructure. It is in the United States' interest to push for one before the monster it has unleashed comes home to roost.

 

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