The Su-22 incident may confirm that.
Self-driving cars may not be quite the godsend many are claiming.
International enforcement regarding cyber-intrusions is weak and in many cases nonexistent.
Isn't it time to demand radical change in how our government protects our private, sensitive, personal information and thus help safeguard our security and survival?
When faced with a threat that is hard to anticipate through intelligence and law enforcement tracking, it is important to make it as difficult as possible for terrorists to be successful.
America needs a containment policy for China's rising power, and Taiwan is the right place to start implementing it.
The following scenario is what it could look like, and it does raise a few important questions.
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul is installing easily hacked commercial cameras as part of its security system – that happen to be made in China.