NATO 'Cyberwar' Manual Says Hacktivists Must Wear A Uniform

NATO 'Cyberwar' Manual Says Hacktivists Must Wear A Uniform

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New Last year, Techdirt wrote about an interesting article suggesting that we should welcome "cyberwar" since it would be so much less painful than the ordinary kind. Of course, that begs the question what we actually mean by "cyberwar", since some forms are probably less humane than others. As we...
NATO 'Cyberwar' Manual Says Hacktivists Must Wear A Uniform
                                       

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