gAtO sEe – In the last couple of days Gen. Keith Alexander has been pushing the Cyber War agenda. -The issues around warfare are very different in cyberspace than in the physical world, and the United States is looking into “alternative strategies,” said Alexander, while not offering further details. In another place he was telling us that the CIA will not use the new cyber laws to spy on our email. Ok so you gonna be a sheep and follow the word of the government. We won’t spy on you.
Alexander said “civil liberties and privacy can work harmoniously with cybersecurity”. Come on General your a nice guy, gAtO met you —/ you have a passion but every time you bring out —/ Oops there went the Power Grid, Oops.. there went the financial sector, scare me, scare me. I know it’s your job to secure our country to protect our nation cyber infrastructure. Don’t trample on our cyber right any more please.
Hay here is a solution for you use a Tor-.onion network-(any anonymized network) to tie your power grid, and/or your financial services. If you can’t close down Silk Road in onion-land your C&C for your power grid and financial services should be invisible to everyone except on a need to know. gAtO just save you 14 trillion in R&D…//
gAtO has not heard one word about Cyber Peace from any responsible government in the world. Everyone is looking for their own cyber posture, their own cyber weapons/ budget/ programs/ money// , but not one has said let’s work together to make it better for peace, guess there is no money in Cyber Peace. Espionage, spying is the job of governments why would they destroy their own tools, weapons and just tweak our cyber-rights a wee bit, for our cyber freedoms and safety, to protect our government and you -lol.
Here is a simple idea crowd-source our problems. The one major resource in cyber-space is number of people that can see the same message. In crowd-source we can give the facts and ask anyone to help solve city budgets, ways to harvest more vegetable/per vertical/ sq.ft. Ask people how would you protect our electric grid // you be surprised by the creative answers you get, OK some may be crazy but…//. It may not be the right solution, but the power of the minds of people collaborating is what this new technology is built for. FaceBook is about ME- Twitter is about the rest of the world- but the new winner is —/ Comments /— have become more important than the article-subject itself because the conversation within in the comments shows social communication and problem solving by the masses.
Let’s change the message to CyberPeace, everyone has a solution, but remember that all your comments are the new gold so watch what you say to that troll on huffpost— gAtO oUt
Read more: Alexander: U.S. looking for offensive alternatives in cyberspace – FierceGovernmentIT http://www.fiercegovernmentit.com/story/alexander-us-looking-offensive-alternatives-cyberspace/2012-07-11#ixzz20KW1Lcf2