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Submission + - Hackers a Credible Threat to Dams? (internationalrivers.org) 1

rhinokitty writes: International Rivers, an anti-dam organization that has been fighting big hydro developtment since 1985, provides testimony from three campaigners about the feasibility of dams being decommissioned by "hackers."

"I have never heard of a dam being attacked by a computer hacker and find the whole concept quite intriguing. How do you send a computer virus to attack a huge chunk of concrete on a river?" Aviva Imhof, Interim Executive Director

Outlook not so good?

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