I only read articles from the NYTs..if they seem truthful:
By Thom Shanker and David E. Sanger
updated 3:14 a.m. PT, Sat., June 13, 2009
WASHINGTON - A plan to create a new Pentagon cybercommand is raising significant privacy and diplomatic concerns, as the Obama administration moves ahead on efforts to protect the nation from cyberattack and to prepare for possible offensive operations against adversaries’ computer networks.
President Obama has said that the new cyberdefense strategy he unveiled last month will provide protections for personal privacy and civil liberties. But senior Pentagon and military officials say that Mr. Obama’s assurances may be challenging to guarantee in practice, particularly in trying to monitor the thousands of daily attacks on security systems in the United States that have set off a race to develop better cyberweapons.
Much of the new military command’s work is expected to be carried out by the National Security Agency, whose role in intercepting the domestic end of international calls and e-mail messages after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, under secret orders issued by the Bush administration, has already generated intense controversy.
Pentagon hacked, fighter data stolen
April 21: Cyber spies that may have originated in China hacked into the Pentagon and stole several terabytes worth of data about the joint strike fighter program. The Pentagon says no sensitive material was taken. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports.
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THIS REMINDS me of Orwell's 1984---!!!!