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Submission + - Censored DEFCON Presentation Posted Online (belowgotham.com)

Nicola Hahn writes: Thought the Review Board at squelched Bill Blunden's presentation on Chinese cyber-espionage, and the U.S. government has considered imposing visa restrictions to keep out Chinese nationals, Bill has decided to post both the presentation's slide deck and its transcript online.

The talk focuses on Mike Rogers, in all his glory, a former FBI agent who delivers a veritable litany of hyperbolic misstatements (likely to be repeated endlessly on AM radio). Rather than allow the DEFCON Review Board to pass judgement as supposed .gov "experts", why not allow people to peruse the material and decide for themselves who is credible and who is not?

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