Editor’s Note: Have you ever thought to yourself, “This means war!” Maybe you felt at war with your computer because it wasn’t working properly, getting a lot of blue screens of death? These occurrences can be attributed to human nature. However, for an entire country that makes and sells boatloads of computers to declare the Internet means war seems… like a poor business model at best.
No wait, it’s chilling, sorry, chilling. That’s it.
In a chilling memo released on Wednesday, the People’s Liberation Army, or PLA, informed the world that, at least on the internet, China is at war.
The memo is called “Cybersovereignty Symbolizes National Sovereignty.”
“The internet has become the main battlefront for struggle in the ideological area,” it said.
“With the existence of the network, the ideological front has been completely thrown open … National security has become an important component part of our country’s overall security ‘chessboard.’ It may be said that without cybersecurity, there is no national security.”
So what, exactly, does that mean?
(read more at Business Insider)
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