posted on Apr, 2 2008 @ 04:52 PM
By WILLIAM J. KOLE, Associated Press Writer Wed Apr 2, 12:23 PM ET
BUCHAREST, Romania - NATO's latest security worries go far beyond Taliban fighters or al-Qaida extremists: They include computer hackers, threats to
global energy supplies and climate change profiteers.
World leaders gathered in Bucharest for this week's NATO summit are debating what role the trans-Atlantic alliance can play in containing
"cyberterrorists," "hacktivists" and other emerging menaces that experts concede are untraditional, but still potentially lethal.
Anyone say internet regulatory commission? Outrageous Conspiracy Theories will not be tolerated as they only serve to shift blame from those "truly"
Think about the implications this could have on your freedom on the internet if it is considered such a threat.