with funding from the multibillion-dollar Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative, which started at the end of the Bush administration and has been continued by the Obama administration, officials said. With that infusion of money, the NSA is now seeking to map out intrusions into critical infrastructure across the country.Read full story
Enough with all speculation for now, the reality of the matter is that we've know that the government has been and still is unlawfully spying on "Americans" a cold hard fact now known for years. Yet the matter is not getting any better, in fact the true hardcore Internet spying has fallen deeper into the hands of the NSA FBI CIA since this concern was made aware by the general public. The only difference now is that all of these new extra cautionary steps are now being done under the new pretense of keeping America safe from the potentials of "cyberwar". The new cyber-war threat along with other "potential dangers" are now fueling the need to expand what the government can do in cyberspace, but in this new clear and present danger we must ask ourselves how "REAL" are some of the threats we face, and are we ready to give up more of our civil liberties to protect ourselves from these mysterious digital threats?