Cyber-warfare and Weapons of Mass Annoyance

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Attacks on the Internet may or not produce blood and gore, but cyber-war is a real threat to the economy and national security. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, we talk about how it works, who should take charge of cyber-defense and how civil liberties can be protected. Also, a local member of Congress reportedly will be named to Barack Obama's cabinet, and his choice of a conservative pastor for his inauguration has outraged gay rights groups.