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US draws up cyber-warfare rules

The US government is developing guidance for determining when and how the US would launch cyber-attacks against enemy computer networks. According to the Washington Post, the strategic guidance will be similar to that which has governed the use of nuclear weapons since World War II. So far the Pentagon has lacked presidential rules for deciding the circumstances under which such attacks would be launched. Neither is it determined who should authorise and conduct them, and what would be considered legitimate targets. Full Story

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