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For an analysis of these issues outside the infowar arena, see LT.
Instead of being more 'humanitarian', infowar facilitates a form of cultural totalitarianism as technologically advanced cultures undermine the autonomy and growth of others through militarized policing.
Entegrity Solutions says that the recently publicised Infowar attack on Microsoft's corporate network illustrates that Information Warfare (IW) is being practiced against corporations that increasingly store their intellectual property and assets on corporate information systems.
In the first issue, special contributor George Smith, editor of Crypt News and longtime debunker of government myths about cryptography, writes about the Moonlight Maze -- the Russian infowar attack that never was.