Hacking the government
A government is the organization, machinery, or agency through which a political unit exercises its authority, controls and administers public policy, and directs and controls the actions of its members or subjects
The fundamental purpose of government is to maintain social order and protect property. “Security of person and property, and equal justice between individuals, are the first needs of society, and the primary ends of government: if these things can be left to any responsibility below the highest, there is nothing, except war and treaties, which requires a general government at all.”
The Parliament of the United Kingdom, the 'Mother of all Parliaments'
The government has personal information stored in their systems (servers, databases) In those databases they save the information about you:
• Did you pay your tax
• Are you in debt
• Who you are
• Your Social number
Now the question I asked myself is, what would happen if someone or an terror organization bombed/hacked those databases. Is this the future of Cyber Terrorism?
It would cause complete chaos, because those databases keep more than Milliards of records. It will be the end of the world that we know. Actually if it happens you don’t exist according to the government.
Yes the government has paper records of course, but it is too much to go through.
Building up the databases would take years.
I don’t think back-up databases can be used. Because everyday records get changed. And at the moment that the hacker crashed the network, the government will have their hands full on controlling the riots (No databases means no Laws, because they can’t put you in a database).
I got a feeling that it won’t take long before something will happen.
-No databases, means no records of you.
1. No money
2. No debts
3. No home
4. No Police
5. No Fire departments
6. No Army (No response team)
Like I said the whole country would collapse.
- Demographics. Includes current and historical data.
- Economics, Business and Finance. Includes taxes and labor.
- Education and Children. In addition to education, includes databases related to children and families in any way.
- Health. Subtopics include occupational health and safety, hazardous substances, diseases.
- International Affairs. Includes current and historical data of any kind dealing with foreign countries.
- Jobs. Current listings of government and other jobs.
- Politics and Government. Includes legislation, regulatory, military, and legal resources, as well as general governmental concerns.
- Recreation, Culture and Travel. Includes travel, river and weather information as well as national parks and recreation areas; also includes arts-related sites.
- Science and Technology (other than health). Fields include energy, the environment, space, computers, defense, weather and agriculture.
- Social Sciences (other than education and child/family-related issues). Fields include mental health and crime.
Share your vision with me about this subject. And while you do, be aware that if you say something. The country you are in could put you on the watch list. Because this is an sensitive subject.