The Obama administration has already begun the phased transfer of Internet control to a vague and uncertain governance structure that has been set up as an innocent-appearing transition platform that, ultimately, is set for transfer to UN control.
Since 2011, a Russian "Trojan Horse" has been in place, threatening computer systems vital to our infrastructure. It was only discovered last week.
British spy chief Robert Hannigan has called Internet services such Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, and others “the command-and-control networks of choice for terrorists” and says he wants “better arrangements” with tech companies.
The recent intrusion into a computer network at the White House, made public last week, appears to have been carried out by hackers working for the Russian government. This is not an isolated incident. Over the past several years Russia has been responsible for multiple, sustained attacks on computer systems belonging to governments and security firms with government contracts.
There have been hints about the possibility of a second person leaking classified documents to reporters close to the Snowden story. Now the FBI has identified a suspect.