Only two days after the WSJ published Siobhan Gorman’s exclusive story of the Pentagon classifying cyber attacks by foreign nations as acts of war, Google blames China for involvement in a cyber-spying campaign targeting the Google e-mail accounts of top US officials, military personnel and journalists–claims which, according to the BBC, China rejects.
Here’s Op Ed News director, Rob Kall’s take on take subject, written before the Google story hit the news:
Get Ready for Digital False Flag Attacks
The US has a history of false flag attacks being used as excuses to start wars. The problem is, to be effective, false flag attacks require bombs, blood, death…
Now, the Wall Street Journal reports in a top headline, front page article, Cyber Combat: Act of War, that the US is working on developing a policy that defines cyber attacks– hacks, computer sabotage– which cause damage or death, including damage to our economy, as acts of war.