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    81     81   their living environment as something that does not depend on IT that much or
    82     82   they believe that the electronic  equipment that is not connected to the
    83     83   internet and the totally non-electronic equipment, for example, coffee cups,
    84     84   chairs, milk, bread, apples, are not really effected by IT-security. <b>The key
    85     85   thing to explain is, how the availability and properties of the non-electronic
    86     86   daily consumables depends on IT-security.&nbsp;</b></p>
    87     87   
    88         -<p>For example, if the electronics of milking robots are destroyed by an EMP,
    89         -then the only way to get all of the cows milked is to do it with some old
    90         -milking machines that do not have any electronics in them or to milk the cows
    91         -even more manually. People, who want to drink milk and get their milk from
    92         -local grocery stores, need IT-security at the milking robot side, at the dairy,
    93         -where milk packaging robots reside, at the computers of those people, who plan
    94         -the logistics of the milk gathering, at the computers of the grocery store
    95         -officials, who order the milk from the dairies. The same with other food
    96         -products, including bread. If the electronics of all tractors is destroyed with
    97         -an EMP, there is no equipment for gathering the crops from the fields and the
    98         -crops need to be harvested at a specific, relatively short, time period.<br>
           88  +<p>For example, if the electronics of milking robots are destroyed by an
           89  +<a href="./wiki?name=Reference:+EMP">EMP</a>, then the only way to get all of
           90  +the cows milked is to do it with some old milking machines that do not have any
           91  +electronics in them or to milk the cows even more manually. People, who want to
           92  +drink milk and get their milk from local grocery stores, need IT-security at
           93  +the milking robot side, at the dairy, where milk packaging robots reside, at
           94  +the computers of those people, who plan the logistics of the milk gathering, at
           95  +the computers of the grocery store officials, who order the milk from the
           96  +dairies. The same with other food products, including bread. If the electronics
           97  +of all tractors is destroyed with an EMP, there is no equipment for gathering
           98  +the crops from the fields and the crops need to be harvested at a specific,
           99  +relatively short, time period.<br>
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