World War III has started, and almost no one seems to have noticed. Or perhaps the Cold War is a better analogy, if the Cold War had 20 sides fighting each other all at once and, again, if almost no one was paying enough attention to realize what is going on.
At least, this is what Alexander Klimburg insists in The Darkening Web, his new book on the battles of cyberspace. It’s a quiet war, in the sense that few have died thus far, but it has the potential to be murderous, and every year raises the stakes of that war. …read more
Source: The Washington Free Beacon