"With the Sony collapse, America has lost its first cyberwar. This is a very, very dangerous precedent" - Newt (lying,cheating 'family values' hypocrite) Gingrich.
Nothing is more inspiring than an 'attack'. It gives us... purpose! That purpose is... victory!
This JE was inspired by a guy's post on the upcoming so-called 'cyber-security bill', which is summed up perfectly with this:
They'll get this passed in one form or another, just you wait and see, and when they do the idea of Net Neutrality will be put to rest once and for all. Most won't notice. Most won't care. So why should I? I don't really -- it's just something interesting to observe and talk about. What's the point of caring if no one else can be bothered?
My feelings exactly... So, now you can stop asking the question, aieet?