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The Oct. 30 opinion piece “When should a cyberattack be considered an act of war?” was an excellent article by Ellen Nakashima. She raises important questions and implies some potentially catastrophic answers.

Why did U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta only address business executives and why did he address them inside an aircraft carrier? Why weren’t a cross-section of American citizens invited to hear Panetta’s report?

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