One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In the end, hackers or cyberterrorists wanting to infiltrate any system badly enough will get in, says Clarke.’
- ‘As the distinction is erased between foreign foe and domestic opponent, cyberterrorist and cybercriminal, the relationship between this country's citizens and their military is being turned upside down.’
- ‘The information required by a cyberterrorist can be presumed to be of varying degrees of sophistication, but is generally available.’
- ‘The discourse is shifting from hackers as criminals to hackers as cyberterrorists.’
- ‘He concludes that if law enforcement and government agencies ‘cyberplan’ properly, we can counter the use of the Internet by cyberterrorists and hostile nations.’
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