INFOWAR


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INFOWARInformation Warfare
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A third potentially disruptive effect of infowar on nuclear crisis management is that it may reduce the search for available alternatives to the few and desperate.
Hables-Gray, 'The Crisis of Infowar', available at http://www.routledge-ny.
10, 2001) (representing that prior statements had been misinterpreted, but that German government will continue to seek ways to prevent extraterritorial neo-Nazi websites); Steve Kettmann, German Threat Raises Infowar Fear, WIRED NEWS, at http://www.wired.com/news/politics/ 0,1283,42921,00.html (Apr.
(60.) See John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, Advent of Netwar (Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand, 1996); Gerfried Stocker and Christine Schopf, InfoWar (New York: Springer, 1998); and Winn Schwartau, Information Warfare: Chaos on the Electronic Superhighway (New York: Thunder's Mouth, 1994).
Pearson, The Threat of Deliberate Disease in the 21st Century, in BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS PROLIFERATION, supra note 2, at 11; Laura Neergaard, Bio-terrorism, Infowar.com, at http://www.infowar.com/class_3/99/class3_021799b_j.shtml (Feb.
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.
InfoWar posts numerous articles each day on topics such as privacy, computer viruses, and espionage.
See, e.g., Neil Munro, Infowar: AK-47s, Lies, and Videotape, COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, July 1999, at 19 (RTLM's "hateful radio propaganda spurred the killing of 800,000 Tutsi men, women, and children").
As the blood and iron of traditional war gave way to the bits and bytes of infowar, netwar and cyberwar, he saw the ICT as a vehicle for integrating the simulation and entertainment industries into this much-heralded "Revolution in Military Affairs."
First, it assists in determining when the United States may be entitled to exercise self-defense or some lesser form of sanctions against one who uses certain infowar techniques against the United States.(9) Second, it puts the United States on notice as to when its own conduct may legitimately be described as a use of force, thereby entitling other nations to take self-defense or other appropriate measures.(10) Currently there is a dearth of guidance on the issue.
Information warfare is not just about "hacker war." Infowar is far broader and requires a much deeper reform of national security than simply adding a few thousand well-paid sysadmins.
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