cyberwarfare

The use of computers and other devices to attack an enemy's information systems as opposed to an enemy's armies or factories. (See information warfare.)

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Contemporary Examples of cyberwarfare

  • Because of the 'Net's decentralized nature, cyberwarfare is less like an artillery battle than it is like hand-to-hand combat.

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    Obama's Internet Misfire

    Douglas Rushkoff

    May 29, 2009