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Defense bill would allow clandestine cyberwarfare operations

By Suzanne Kubota
Federal News Radio

Within the chairman’s mark of the 2012 Defense Authorization bill is language that would allow DoD to carry out clandestine operations in cyberspace against targets located outside the United States and to defend against all attacks on DoD assets.

Released Monday, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon, (R-Calif.) helps to define the Rules of Engagement in cyberspace for the Defense Department, noting “because of the evolving nature of cyber warfare, there is a lack of historical precedent for what constitutes traditional military activities in cyberspace.”

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Eight years ago today, DOD announces $2.3 TRILLION missing

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Revisiting 2001- $2.3 TRILLION missing and unaccounted for

By Laudymns

Yes, that was September 10th, 2001. The day before 9-11…..What’s so special about that day?

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