Relocating funds to Cyber Security is better than spending money on other things.
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The pro side said that other countries are building up cyber security so we should build up ours. However, this evidence
could not be accepted because it's not so concrete. It is one case of a Bandwagon. So, for example, in this party every
people has a smartphone so I have to have a smartphone. Well, sorry for a bit of getting off topic. Now moving on to main point.
First, there are more problems to tackle such as the country's military problems. Instead of tackling online problems first, we should tackle these off-line problems. In online processes it might be hacked, however, if cybersecurity is guaranteed and it leads to a situation to war, defending terror or something. Then, we could not defend terror by online worlds. It will lead to defending it physically. But, what if those military systems and weapons are raw and have a low quailty? We can't defend terror or win at war because we wil be compared to the opponent's latest technological weapons.
Second, similar to online security offline security is important. The previous speaker(The Pro side speaker) said that we never know when someone may attack us. Well, actually this is logically makes sense we never know when someone may terror us. 9 11 terrors are used by steganography. However, Al Qaeda terrored with collision of airplanes that are kidnapped. It was exploded in World Trade Center 2,996 people were killed and wounded people were about 6,000 people.
What if the US government focused on defensing terrors more, then these bloody accidents were not happened.
http://www.nato.int...) If Dr. Morris could create a computer virus that replicated itself that early in time, there should be no doubt that someone else, not on our side, is fabricating a horrid computer virus as we speak.
Is that not a reason to reallocate at least a little more money towards cyber security?
Now, this backgroud information may lead to the next point.
Second, in cases of cyberbullying, these are cause of the 'off-line' bullying in schools. These teens bully those victims in off-line schools. In offline worlds they have problems and conflicts in their friendships and school lives. To prevent these 'cyberbullyings', we should change the cause, which is school bullying. One of the solutions could be the counselling systems. Throughout, counselling you could resolve school bullying, because counselling experts knows well about teens' psychology and solve problems wisely.
We should take care for the off-line or the real world more faster than taking care of the online or the cyber world.
1. My main points.
1) Offline security to prepare defensing terror and having a war is more imporant than cyber security.
2) We should change the cause of cyber bullying which is it in off-line schools.
2. My rebuttals.
1) 'Other countries are taking care of cyber security, so we should take care of cyber security.' This claim is not concrete. I understand your point, but the example what you provided is only a case of US, 'a' country. You failed to explain that why other countries besides of US, takes care of cyber security.
2) Sorry, but you had rebutted my arguments wrongly. My point was national cyber security is not all of cyber security. In the debate proposition, you wrote 'cyber security', instead of 'national cyber security', and I was talking about personal security's part cyberbullying.
These worlds, there are too much problems in a country. Traffic, pollution, huge caps between rich and poor, and in small countries that are developed such as Japan, Korea, there are parking problems, too.
Besides of cybersecurity, we have too much probems to solve. It's not wise to Relocate funds to Cyber Security than other major things.
Thank you for the Pro speaker, it was a great debate.
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