U.S. Worried About "Collateral Damage" from Cyber-Attack

Senior White House officials remain so concerned about the risks of unintended harm to civilians and damage to civilian infrastructure in an attack on computer networks that they decline any official comment on the topic. And senior Defense Department officials and military officers directly involved in planning for the Pentagon's new "cybercommand" acknowledge that the risk of collateral damage is one of their chief concerns.

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