In 2005 and 2007 in Brazil million of people was targetted by a blackout.
Initially it appeared like an accident.
Now it’s known that was caused by a cyber attack against electricity control systems.
That was just a preview of what a cyber attack in a cyberwar means.
In near future we’ll probably see something like ‘virtual custom offices’ at internet borders, defining what get in and what get out like several “not so democratic” countries are doing.
Does the cyberwar will affect digital rights? Probably yes, even i hope not.