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Terrorism at the touch of a keyboard

Not long ago, if a terrorist wanted to cause a blackout in, say, New York, it would have taken some work. He might have packed a truck with explosives and sent it careening into a power plant. Or he might have sought a job as a utility worker so he could sabotage the electrical system. But now, intelligence experts say, it&#039s possible for a trained computer hacker to darken Gotham from the comfort of home. Worse, his home might be as far away as Tehran, Iran. Worse yet, warned CIA director George Tenet recently, he may enjoy the full backing and technical support of a foreign government. Full Story

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