US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged women students to use the Internet to campaign for the release of two American women journalists held in North Korea.
Clinton urged graduates of Barnard College, a women's university in New York City, to show their opposition to Pyongyang's detention of the two journalists who are due to go on trial on June 4.
"We have two young women journalists right now imprisoned in North Korea and you can get busy on the Internet and let the North Koreans know that we find that absolutely unacceptable," Clinton told the graduation ceremony.
at the other side, are you prepared to treat thousands of emails coming without any viruses and without recognizable words and in the best case with image spam being sent from different adresses every so many days....
Georgia and Russian patriots had a full scale cyberbar going on before the start of the military operations and during those bombardements and incursions. This was a very interesting cyberwar because it showed the limits of defense and the possibilities of attacking a country with computers that had installed patriotic trojans. It was international solidarity that kept the free flow of information going, a strategy that each country that could find itself in conflict, should now plan for.
09/08/08 22:33 Excuse If I will be posting less but the real and cyberwar against Georgia needs attention
and Cyberwar and critical infrastructure was off course always on our mind
Hamas is sending thousands of SMS messages to people in South Israel asking them to stop bombing Gaza. The Israeli army was surprised at first but decided to bomb the telephone transmission stations out of existence to stop the flood.
it is only strange that their site is only in hebrew and not in English
If anyone wanted to help them from around the world he would have to learn hebrew before
not very smart that is - except if you think that you keep arab hackers out this way
as we speak there are now 913 cyberattacks against Israeli infrastructure at the same time
I told you this cyberwar could learn us all a few lessons