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[liberationtech] Is the Cyberwar beginning?

Lisa Brownlee lmbscholarly2 at
Thu Jan 31 22:37:01 PST 2013

Nice to make your acquaintenance Dr. Greenspan I sure could use a Stanford
Fellowship here in MX re. security! Loco!

In case you missed it I still stand behind my research on geolocation.
Would welcome your comments!

Arstechnica Brownlee Mexico has complete reprint + synopsis.


On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 2:33 AM, Aaron Greenspan <greensp at>wrote:

> Andres,
> I don't think so. I also generally don't like the word "cyberwar," as
> (thus far) it's generally been used by reporters who aren't really sure
> what they're talking about to scare people.
> I think we have an increase in the number of internet-connected devices,
> and increase in the reliance of society upon those devices, and a
> corresponding increase in isolated attacks. Some of them will inevitably be
> related to each other. Most will not.
> Aaron
>  Aaron Greenspan
> CodeX Fellow | Stanford Center for Legal Informatics |
> Founder | PlainSite |
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