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Submitted by Scott Cleland on Mon, 2009-06-08 20:56
A scan of the major comments just delivered to the FCC on the National Broadband Plan (which is due to Congress February 2010), spotlighted the big broadband policy "fork-in-the-road" decision that the FCC now has before it.
The President Makes Cybersecurity a National Priority -- Internet's Growing Security Problem -- Part XIISubmitted by Scott Cleland on Thu, 2009-06-04 16:58
The President's Cybersecurity announcement 5-29 was a game changer for the Internet. For the first time the U.S. Government officially declared the lack of cybersecurity as the Internet's biggest problem.
Here is the latest mainstream evidence of the open Internet's growing security problem.
"Mysterious virus strikes FBI" ZDNet
Submitted by Scott Cleland on Sat, 2009-05-30 16:39
President Obama's new approach to cybersecurity likely is more of an Internet game-changer than many appreciate. Initial reporting and commentary has been superficial and has not connected dots or analyzed the broader logical implications of this new policy emphasis and trajectory.
Why is it a game-changer for the Internet?
Moreover, the new cybersecurity focus will likely have a practical effect on the trajectory of Internet 3.0, which embodies:
I. Cybersecurity -- New #1 Internet Priority
President Obama said: