[iwar] Figuring out the "quantity" of import that IWAR implies?

From: c.b r (fastflyer28@yahoo.com)
Date: 2001-06-26 06:25:29

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Subject: [iwar] Figuring out the "quantity" of import that IWAR implies?
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 I agree folks-there are terms that have been used of
late-hysteria, etc. that are a bit strong for the
place that we are, today, with IWAR.  Insidious, sure
and difficult to deal with and several others, but we
have yet to reach the point where IWAR has the
potential to kill people on the order of nukes,
however the problem is on the rise.  The real question
is where will it end up, once fully developed on the
scale of weapony? Or will it always be a low
intensity, unconventional type of fight?c.b.r of DC
--- "St. Clair, James" <jstclair@vredenburg.com>
> I think "attack" and "accusing" are a little strong.
> As we have commented
> here, criticism is not a bad thing. After all, it is
> this list that helps to
> de-bunk such cyber-hysteria anyway....
> Jim 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ravi V Prasad [mailto:r_v_p@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2001 6:22 AM
> To: iwar@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [iwar] Me spreading hysteria about cyberwar
> An article in vmyths.com by George Smith attacking
> me and accusing me 
> of spreading hysteria about cyberwar.
> Ravi Visvesvaraya Prasad
> <snip>

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