information warfare
n. A form of warfare that attempts to disrupt or disable an enemy‘s computers, networks, and other sources of information.

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"Although information has been a key component of waging war since humanity's earliest days, the modern military concept of information warfare is so new that it was classified until about five years ago."
—Frank A. Aukofer, "War and PCs," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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