For instance, just when the government began beating the war drums for expanding the war into Pakistan, because they feared a Taliban coup of the Pakistan government would put nuclear weapons in the hands of "terrorists", al-CIA-da comes out (not bin Laden, of couse - he's dead) and says, gee, if only we could get our hands on Pakistan's nukes, we would use them against America!
Now the government can kill two birds with one stone: pound on the war drums against North Korea, and provide another convenient excuse to clamp down on the internet. Someone, you see, has allegedly been attacking the State Department for 4 days now, and somehow we're just certain it's got to be Pyongyang. The proof? Ha! This is the US government. You don't need no stinking proof!
In fact the government has provided no proof Pyongyang is involved in these supposed attacks. The "proof" is that South Korean law makers said South Korean intelligence thinks North Korea or its sympathizers could be behind the attack, based on "circumstancial and technical" evidence. Considering the attacks originated from 86 IP addresses in 16 countries, just about anyone could be behind these attacks. Doesn't really matter.
What matters is, the global power elite haven't had enough war, because, of course, nothing makes them more money than war. And at the same time, with the mainstream media fully under their control, nothing poses a greater threat to their world order than the free dissemination of uncensored, unfiltered information on the internet. This can't be allowed to continue, and rest assured this is the one and only reason for the cyber-security bill, not some trumped-up fake threat of cyber-warfare from our enemies.
Gullible Americans have fallen for false flag black ops going on 100 years, to the great benefit of the global power elite. Why stop now?