ubikcan

October 22, 2007

This is the war. This is what happens to data in war

Filed under: War — Tags: , — ubikcan @ 4:34 pm

This is what happens to data and information in war: it becomes “differentiated.”

In his keynote address, General James Cartwright of U.S. Marine Corps, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff made it clear that, “We have to be able to differentiate between what we want to keep secret versus the perishablity of that information.”

The General also startlingly mentioned that US involvement in Iraq is a “100-year war” and that there will be no peace dividend! This is the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, by the way.

(via APB)

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