Chris Soghoian on Lessons from the Bin Laden Raid and Cyberwar

Chris Soghoian has made a name for himself as a security and privacy researcher and has been the bane of government agencies and organizations prone to being somewhat less than upfront about their security and privacy practices. In this video from the Personal Democracy Forum in New York this week, Soghoian discusses the implications of the U.S. government’s raid on Osama Bin Laden and usage of offensive cyberwar weapons such as Stuxnet and Duqu.

Chris Soghoian has made a name for himself as a security and privacy researcher and has been the bane of government agencies and organizations prone to being somewhat less than upfront about their security and privacy practices. In this video from the Personal Democracy Forum in New York this week, Soghoian discusses the implications of the U.S. government’s raid on Osama Bin Laden and usage of offensive cyberwar weapons such as Stuxnet and Duqu.

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  • Anonymous on

    The ties (or lack thereof) between the bin laden stuff and then into auto-updates was weak and weird.

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