"A real-world comparison might be if an army invaded a country,
then all got in line in front of people at the DMV so they couldn't
renew their licenses. If that's what war looks like in the 21st
century, we have little to fear.
"Similar attacks against Georgia, which accompanied an actual
Russian invasion, were also probably the responsibility of citizen
activists or organized crime. A series of power blackouts in Brazil
was caused by criminal extortionists -- or was it sooty insulators?
China is engaging in espionage, not war, in cyberspace. And so
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