Security on the internet

Seemingly unrelated events of the past few months and weeks combine to give the oil and gas industry a troubling view of the future.First there was the November 1999 fiasco in Seattle, in which protesting vandals thwarted negotiations of the World Trade Organization. More recently, computer vandals choked traffic on several popular sites on the worldwide web, including Yahoo! and e*Bay.Expecting moreThe Seattle disruption elevated direct action on the spectrum of political discourse. Christopher Rosch"Seattle should serve as a wake-up call for what is likely to be an escalation of various types of direct-action campaigns against a wide range of large, multinational corporations in the com...

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