Poll: Who or what was behind the undersea cable rupture?

CNET News.com asks readers what they think was the cause of the cut to three undersea cables that knocked out data services to parts of the Middle East and Asia.

Cuts in three undersea cables, which knocked out data services to parts of the Middle East and Asia last week, continue to spark conversation in the blogosphere.

News.com Poll

What or who caused the undersea cable rupture?

Normal wear and tear
Secret ops warfare
Dick Cheney was bonefishing in the area

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Two of the cables are owned by Flag Telecom, the other by a consortium of telecommunications companies. The companies have suggested that the most likely culprit is Mother Nature, but the conspiracy crowd has its own ideas.

Now you can weigh in with your vote.

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