Concerns over civil liberties have been reignited after the Trump administration applied to reauthorize a National Security Agency (NSA) spying program that had gathered millions of U.S. citizens’ call records.
North Korea on Friday bluntly criticized South Korean President Moon Jae-in for continuing to hold military exercises with the U.S. and over his rosy comments on inter-Korean diplomacy, and said Pyongyang has no current plans to talk with Seoul.
Like geospace, aquaspace, and outer space, cyberspace is now a contested common; its use as a digital battleground to wage digital warfare is strengthening. This rapidly shifting landscape of warfare – where emerging cyberweapons have become more deadly than real battlefield weapons – is beginning to cause great fear.
The military needs the controversial JEDI cloud computing program to wage “all-domain warfighting,” especially “in the Pacific,” the three-star chief of the Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center says.