Reply to post: Tall fences don't make for friendly neighbours.

Well, on the bright side, the SolarWinds Sunburst attack will spur the cybersecurity field to evolve all over again

amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

Tall fences don't make for friendly neighbours.

The internet was envisioned as a friendly digital utopia where everyone could freely exchange information. Unfortunately human nature and politics have interfered with the original vision of the internet described by Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee.

It is only a matter of time before nation states (the EU being such) erect Chinese walls between themselves and that vicious outside world.

Tall fences make for friendly neighbours........Frostd

Presently there is a little difficulty here in one accessing entry into available information with delivery of intelligence to certain parties/particular players which one might expect to be interest to those with an interest in proprietary intellectual property matters being explored in the likes of the following event ....

The second Intelligentized Warfare Symposium was recently held at the National Defense University (NDU) of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) in Beijing, and more than 80 military representatives attended the event. ...... http://eng.chinamil.com.cn/view/2020-12/28/content_9959511.htm

Quite whether that is just a temporary glitch to be tested later or something else intentionally testing itself as a possible permanent fixture ...... as one of those strange walls in something of a virtual form ..... is something which can very quickly become quite clear enough to reveal the necessary next steps/actions/reactions/proactions.

And surely, rather than friendly neighbours, tall fences can make for incredibly curious neighbours and almightily dangerous prisoners?

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