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NETWAR AND CYBERWAR IN THE KILLING FIELDS OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

[This article, written in 2003, won a Memefest Award in 2004. It is still relevant today as this war is still raging on.]
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Rather than simply encouraging, facilitating or transforming war, as Arquilla and Ronfeldt (1993) discuss, info tech is based in war. Indeed the wars over the resources of cyberwar and netwar are fought in the forms of cyberwar and netwar. The information age is rooted in the bloody killing fields of low-tech territories.

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