Friday, July 30, 2010

Seven Global Cyber-Guardians Now Hold Keys to the Internet

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With Obama now able to have a kill switch to our Internet. Now 7 more from around the World embrace an RFID Smart Card to be able to turn it all back on.
Curiosity should be setting in about now as to what the real plans and controlling terms they all have for this World Wide Network.
Be sure to check out all the links. I have a lot more coming soon.
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You may have heard the rumor that swirled briefly last month about an Internet “kill switch” that could power down the Web in the case of a critical cyber attack. Those rumors turned out to be largely overblown, but it turns out there are now seven individuals out there holding keys to the Internet. In the aftermath of a cataclysmic cyber attack, these members of a “chain of trust” will be responsible for rebooting the Web.
A minimum of five of the seven keyholders – one each from Britain, the U.S., Burkina Faso, Trinidad and Tobago, Canada, China, and the Czech Republic – would have to converge at a U.S. base with their keys to restart the system and connect eveything once again. We’re imagining a large medieval chamber filled with techno-religious imagery where these knights cyber must simultaneously turn hybrid thumb drive/skeleton keys in a massive router, filling the room with the blinking light of connectivity.
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