After two years of Datagate and the consolidation of the cyber-industrial complex against real or imagined emerging threats, the Internet appears more and more like a battlefield. Not metaphorical, but real. A set of trenches, weapons and military bastions of increasingly powerful subjects such as States, companies and criminal organizations. If this is the scenario, if this most powerful means of communication and news is also the site of emerging power clashes, cyber weapons, infiltration, espionage and surveillance, if the fabric of the Internet, and the communication that travels over it, appears more and more insecure, what are the implications for journalists?