‘Cyberwar’ new book by Richard Clarke claims governments are hacking into many computers video

In his new book “Cyberwar” Richard Clarke provides a great deal of evidence supporting the trend that governments are now working to wage electronic wars on the Internet. Clarke, who served as a counterterrorism adviser to Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush is famous for his 2001 warnings about the possibility of an impending al-Qaida attack to members of the Bush administration. The consequence of the Bush administration ignoring Clarke was the success of the 911 attacks.

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