U.S. commission examines cyberterrorism

    Date19 Sep 2001
    CategoryGovernment
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    As the U.S. government begins to formulate policy in response to the terrorist attacks last week, it is faced with trying to heighten national security and preparedness while preserving American citizens' civil liberties. Government officials will likely find that balance particularly . . . As the U.S. government begins to formulate policy in response to the terrorist attacks last week, it is faced with trying to heighten national security and preparedness while preserving American citizens' civil liberties. Government officials will likely find that balance particularly difficult to maintain when it comes to regulation and the Internet. This topic will be addressed in an upcoming report by a government commission that examines terrorism.
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