amanfromMars 1 Thu 26 Nov 06:53  …… musing on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2015/11/24/cyber_terror/
If you can think it, it is quite possible and therefore most probable and not at all unlikely
"Neither Russian nor China (the UK’s most capable cyber-espionage adversaries) " - So the USA isn't an adversary, or isn't capable? The fact that GCHQ gives the USA sensitive intelligence doesn't make them any less likely to act against UK interests. .... Allan George Dyer
If GCHQ feeds
them the right smarter sort of sensitive intelligence, does the USA and any puppet executive administration acting as if a nation, becomes the UK's bitch, or really just GCHQ's. Is that a sensitive Gareth Williams North Face holdall type secret uncovered and discovered made readily available in the wild to any Tom, Dick or Harry, friendly renegade and independently minded rogue?
Such a lesson and fact is surely not entirely unknown to more than just wannabe super efficient boffin types batting and battling for an Almighty Masters and Blighty, but whether they be top tier premier league Great Game players or not, is invariably to be highly classified [Cosmic Top Secret Secure Compartmented Information] and that which rates and defines their success in the virtual terrain team field managing failures seeded to earthed systems with SCADA command and control levers. ‽
IT's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World but not at all Crazy with AI in Leading Crafts and Virgin Flight Vessels.
amanfromMars 1 Thu 26 Nov 07:20  ….. saying more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2015/11/24/cyber_terror/
Puppets are more dangerous than squirrels? That is risible.
Personally, I think that George Osborne is far more dangerous than squirrels. ... allthecoolnamesweretaken
George does as he is told, not as he wishes, allthecoolshortnamesweretaken.