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The CIA has just finished conducting a series of cyberwargames. The intent was to test the ability of government and industry to repond to Internet disruptions, which have grown more damaging over the years. (Read
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|"You have not spelt respond proper you have spelled it like this repond. It is on line 2 very top, and the news is called CIA's 'Silent Horizon' Internet War Games, just incase you want to correct it
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(Thank you - I hate making spelling errors.
(Dam 5/28/2005 12:58:28 PM)
|"The link to'CIA's Internet War Exercise' needs to be up-dated or down-dated as the 'case' may be..."
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|"You guy's are the best!"
(Tom Hetch 9/3/2005 11:14:04 PM)
|"I updated the link so it points to more information about the story; also, see the newer article on Cyber-Warfare Waged on Estonia By Russia?"
(Bill Christensen 5/19/2007 6:06:29 PM)
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