Cyberwarfare: The new front

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Media Outlet: The Denver Post

As Shane Harris says in his timely new work of contemporary history, "@War," growing inexorably in recent years. The United States and its adversaries have been assiduously building their cyber-arsenals for the past decade and today can engage in a range of operations across the spectrum of spying, surveillance and sabotage, as well as in offensive and defensive military action.

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Shane Harris is a fellow with the International Security program at New America and a member of its Future of War team. He is a senior correspondent at The Daily Beast, and the author of @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex.