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Is the U.S. prepared for cyber warfare?

May 31, 2013

Consider for a moment what would happen if a foreign power launched a military attack calculated to destroy billions of dollars’ worth of U.S. property — but without causing any injuries or deaths....

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May-31-13 11:21 PM

Chinese has invested too much in America. They "Own" General "Chinese" Motors, they practically own the banks we use every day. The Government will not stop doing business with these vile people( I know because I am surrounded by them on a daily basis) the Chinese are buying all the homes out here as well, but guess what? They pay NO interest! As long as they are of Chinese Nationality. We will be in war with them when they get their Military and technology up to par. Be prepared my friends for the people in the White House sold us out!

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May-31-13 9:23 PM

The real issue is why is sensitive data on networks that are connected to the world wide internet?

The info that was stolen should not have been on any network that was even remotely accessible from the regular internet.

Another thing. If China continues to do this...cut the cable!

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May-31-13 10:29 AM

The U.S. is not prepared for anything. Something bad will finally happen (again) and then the idiots in the government will "do" something about it, all while playing the blame game.

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May-31-13 7:02 AM

What would life be like if they all shut d......

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May-31-13 5:43 AM

How about we stop buying computers and computer chips, made in China?

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