Obama OKs cyberwar guidelines; critical report is released

06/22/2011 | ABC News · Washington Post, The

Under guidelines approved recently by President Barack Obama, the U.S. military is authorized to probe the communications networks of sovereign nations, map out strategies for cyberwars and pursue cyber-attackers across national boundaries. The announcement of the rules -- outlined by executive order -- is the culmination of two years of work by the Pentagon to clarify cyberwar protocol, and follows the release on Monday of a Government Accountability Office report that questions the readiness of the Defense Department's Cyber Command.

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