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The U.S. military has no shortage of devices — many of them classified — that could restore connectivity to a restive populace cut off from the outside world by its rulers. It’s an attractive option for policymakers who want an option for future Egypts, between doing nothing and sending in the Marines. And it might give teeth to the Obama administration’s demand that foreign governments consider internet access an inviolable human right.
Arquilla, a professor at the Naval Postgraduate School, spent years urging the military to logic-bomb adversary websites, disrupt hostile online pr
Originally posted by MoneyRain
Hypocrisy of the highest order, what gives them the right to have the ultimate decision on who has internet and who doesn't, when it is them who proclaim it as a fundamental human right, that should be freely available and without restriction!