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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Samuel J. Cox
The United States would use cyberweapons against an adversary's computer networks only after those at the highest levels of government approved of the operation because of the risks of collateral damage, a senior U.S. military official said this week.
Offensive cyberoperations are difficult to conduct with enough precision to avoid unintended casualties and damage to unrelated systems, he said.
The director of intelligence at U.S. Cyber Command, Navy Rear Adm. Samuel J. Cox, said cyberattacks can do significant harm to a country's infrastructure and never should be carried out in a cavalier manner.