posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 01:54 AM
Overtly, I don't think we can rationally disagree that cyber threats can be more than life altering to the point of life threatening as we have become
so dependent on the internet in daily life. That said, I can't imagine a realistic consensus or appropriate resolution to save whatever we can without
over shooting the range. I would never willingly submit to more civil liberties being stolen from us, so the need to have some support mechanism to
"police" cyber terrorism presents a true no win situation for me.
Like you, Heff, I'm awful tired and have an early meeting with other lovely government authorities in a few hours, but I am anxious to see what comes
of this thread and the input. We all know something like this is coming sooner or later, and I for one appreciate your homework giving us some
As is, I don't believe I can think of anyone, any organization, or certainly no governmental presence or entity I would trust to determine where to
draw the line and how much authority they should have in return. Well, if ATS was offered the chance to outline a solid protective program I bet we
have good enough input. What are the chances?
Good luck to us all.
edit on 16-11-2012 by samstone11 because: Left important part out