Tag Archives: Cyberwar

Of Smart Grids and Cyber Warfare

Richard Clarke posted an interesting article today on the potential of cyber warfare to be the next major domain of war, much as sea power was in the 19th century, and air power, in the 20th. The evolution of this … Continue reading

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Prudent Protectionism for American Exceptionalism

Greentechmedia published an interesting article yesterday (see “DOD Must Buy American-Made, Not Chinese, Solar Panels”) bemoaning the Buy American provision of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011 for solar panels used on U.S. military installations. While I … Continue reading

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Smart Meters, Stupid People

Only those who have been to a California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) hearing in San Francisco can fully appreciate the “health hearing” described in this recent article in Greentech Media. Many new technologies face criticism, but resistance to PG&E’s ongoing … Continue reading

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China’s Cyber Espionage Program Pays Dividends

Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal published an article (see “A Chinese Stealth Challenge”) on the emergence of China’s new stealth fighter, the J-20, which looks suspiciously like the American F-35. Some experts have suggested that the Chinese aircraft appears it … Continue reading

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