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  • PODCAST: Cyber Attacks Constitute Acts of War

    In a new Heritage in Focus, Heritage visiting fellow Paul Rosenzweig discusses cyber warfare. Click here to listen.

    Cyber attacks now constitute an act of war. Computer infrastructure plays an ever-larger part of our lives, from power grids to defense systems. Sabotaging it is unacceptable, as the recent revelation by the Pentagon declares.

    But when is a cyber attack serious enough to constitute an act of war? And does cyber warfare appear to be the future of warfare?

    Listen to the answers to these questions and more. For the full interview, click here.

    To get regular updates on Heritage in Focus podcasts, visit our RSS feed or subscribe on iTunes.

    To listen to more Heritage in Focus podcasts, visit our podcast page.

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