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U.S. to Intensify Effort Against Threat of Computer Terrorism
"Cyberspace," said one Bush administration official, "is our next battlefield. And the president has concurred that we need to be better prepared for it." President Bush will appoint Richard Clarke, the longtime coordinator of security, infrastructure protection and counter-terrorism for the National Security Council, to the position of special advisor to the president for cyberspace security. Retired U.S. Army Gen. Wayne Downing will be appointed deputy national security advisor and "national director for combating terrorism," administration officials said.
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