Peters: Gov't 'Refusing to Treat Cyber-Attacks as Breaking & Entering'
Lt. Col. Ralph Peters tonight slammed the decision not to release “The Interview” in theaters on Christmas.
“We just saw the perfect Hollywood wedding – moral cowardice meets physical cowardice,” he said.
Peters said that Congress, President Barack Obama, and previous administrations are at fault.
“We still have not defined in the cyber age what is an act of war. We refuse to treat cyber-attacks as breaking and entering. The theft of data should be grand larceny. We haven’t laid down the laws. Our laws have not caught up with the threats, and that is the fault of Congress and the president,” he said.
Peters added, “We’re as gutless as we are clueless.”
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