The extent of the threat from those with malevolent design is demonstrated by the video produced by the Argonne team. In the video a hacker inserts a small electronic device into the machine that gives him remote control capability from up to half a mile away.
“The cost of the attack that you’re going to see was $10.50 in retail quantities,” explains Warner in the video. “If you want to use the RF [radio frequency] remote control to stop and start the attacks, that’s another $15. So the total cost would be $26.”Read more »
Tennessee legislators want more judges' misdeeds made public » Knoxville News SentinelRead more »
Heckler Calls Obama "The Antichrist" At LA Fundraiser.Read more »
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is getting tougher on pot growers than he is on rapists of children. Under the Tories' omnibus crime legislation tabled Tuesday, a person growing 201 pot plants in a rental unit would receive a longer mandatory sentence than someone who rapes a toddler or forces a five-year-old to have sex with an animal.Read more »
Five Tulsa police officers - including one who accidentally fired his weapon - served misdemeanor traffic warrants and arrested a key witness Thursday in a police corruption lawsuit against the city.Read more »
Part 2 to the Canadian report on cops above the law. Part of the presentation focuses on a police oversight group in Northern Ireland that has had a positive effect between police and community and why it has been effective. Certainly food for thought.Read more »
A WikiLeaks cable claims U.S. soldiers in Iraq who were cleared of wrongdoing may have bound and executed women and children in a raid before trying to hide the evidence. by Alex NewmanRead more »
Florida Highway Patrol illegally ticketing motorists who flash their lights to warn of speed traps. Class Action law suit may cost taxpayers millions.Read more »
Oscar-winning New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson continues to fund private investigation of murder in the "West Memphis Three" case, because of the Amerikan injustice system which terrorized and stole 18 years from three innocent men which the state continues to blame after their release from prison.Read more »
VERNON, Vt. - The latest news to come out of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant is that a soil sample from the shore of the Connecticut River has tested positive for a radioactive isotope of hydrogen, health officials in that state said Wednesday.
The samples, reportedly taken on two dates in July, tested positive for small amounts of tritium, according to Dr. Harry Chen, the commissioner of Vermont's Health Department.Read more »
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