GUESTS: JOSH QUITTNER *Managing Editor for Time Digital magazine *Author of Masters of Deception: The Gang That Ruled Cyberspace. STEWART BAKER *An attorney specializing in such security issues *Author of The Limits of Trust: Cryptography, Governments and Electronics Commerce *Former General Counsel for the National Security Agency. TED JULIAN *Vice President of marketing and business development for At Stake *Former lead security analyst at Forrester Research. SPACE ROGUE *Computer hacker. Some of the internet's most popular sites have been attacked by hackers in the past two days, with popular sites such as Yahoo, Amazon, and eBay suffering serious disruptions. Today, technology stocks are down as the internet's vulnerability registers on Wall Street. Are these attacks likely to be a serious, recurring problem with internet commerce, or is this merely a little bump on the road for the cyberspace revolution? Join Melinda Penkava and guests to examine the recent outbreak of internet sabotage, and its implications for online commerce.



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