Quoting Ronan Waide (waider at waider.ie):
> Were I to go solely on the radio advert I heard this morning, anyone
> with half a clue would steer miles clear of this show, which is
> probably a shame because I'm sure there's something worthwhile there.
> The advert spoke of "Cyber terrorism" (I can't abide any phrase in the
> real world using "cyber") and "The FBI's secret weapon against
> hackers" (er, it can't be very secret if they're presenting it to a
> conference, no?) and, well, I was too busy shouting at my radio to
> hear much of the rest.
One aches to hear one or two of these NPIC/FBI policy-mongers go a few
rounds with, say, Bruce Schneier or Marcus Ranum. There would be a long
queue for tickets.
Cheers, "Ceterum censeo Linux propaganda est."
Rick Moen -- Seth David Schoen
rick at linuxmafia.com
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