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The latest intrusions provide new evidence that a battle is heating up between the U.S. and potential adversaries over the data networks that tie the world together. The revelations follow a recent Wall Street Journal report that computers used to control the U.S. electrical-distribution system, as well as other infrastructure, have also been infiltrated by spies abroad. Attacks like these have escalated. Military, civilian, and private companies are affected.
The Wall Street Journal reports on the U.S. military's growing presence in Yemen.
CNN's Brian Todd explains what the spat means for Palin's reputation.
The Stuxnet worm struck again. This time the target was an Iranian nuclear power plant, fueling rumors that Stuxnet was designed to attack Iranian nuclear facilities
A cyber attack from another country could constitute an act of war and warrant military action, according to a Pentagon document.
Ian Sherr, technology reporter for The Wall Street Journal
Rob Burton is the former deputy administrator at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy under the Bush Administration and a partner at Venable law firm. He explains what industry experts are concerned about.
Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Story: iPhone Stored Location in Test Even if Disabled
The White House is asking Congress to pass a privacy bill of rights for the Internet. The legislation is aimed at protecting Americans from intrusive data gathering.
It's tax season, and cyber crooks are sending counterfeit IRS emails in the hopes of snaring your personal data.