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Criminal Hack on Colonial Pipeline Exposes US Cyber Vulnerability, Need for Cyber Warfare Treaty

Criminal Hack on Colonial Pipeline Exposes US Cyber Vulnerability, Need for Cyber Warfare Treaty
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Dwight Clark
Dwight Clark
May 14, 2021

Greetings Mr. Mecouris, 5 million seems a bargain price to get things working again? Maybe this is important at other levels? The enemy continues to probe source (s) for these efforts, maybe this country still colonies of Spain, France and England? We have fun! Biden not having a exit strategy? You sure thats correct? I’m thinking that they have woke up to the consequences of a.i. running off with their country with 7 countries 5 yrs. and now with the part that ‘We dont know why’ have to deal with the failed aftermath. More videos on Assyria? Marshall.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
May 14, 2021

The trouble with international treaties and agreements is that certain countries have a nasty habit of backing out of them with impunity. Notably, the US. There are no international consequences. None. Cyber attacks can be launched from anywhere – from space, the air, land and sea, and also from under the sea. The more sophisticated the attacks, the more sophisticated the cover-ups. So what’s the point of a cyber warfare treaty? Look at the seven international human rights treaties and then look at the atrocities that Israel has committed, and is still committing every day in Palestine. What does the… Read more »

TravelAbout
TravelAbout
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
May 15, 2021

The US is treaty, agreement, contract & word keeping incapable.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  TravelAbout
May 15, 2021

Yes, and if it happened to come up with a Cyber Warfare Treaty for countries to ratify, you can bet it would design in a few holes for itself and its cronies to wriggle through. The US can be trusted to be untrustworthy.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  TravelAbout
May 15, 2021

Literally ALWAYS, they broke/violated EVERY Treaty forced on the Native Americans.

Eddy
Eddy
May 15, 2021

L.O.L. Correct me if I’ve got it wrong. Didn’t Putin approach the U.S. asking to compile such a treaty and was rebuffed by the U.S. ?

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Eddy
May 15, 2021

Déjà Vu – Some time ago [2014] Russia + China proposed + drafted an international binding treaty to ban + outlaw any militarization of space [Earth’s Orbit and Moon…so far]…BUT it comes maybe as a surprise, the AmeriCunts indignantly rejected the proposal.

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