The fact that those being handed industrial expertise are "foreign nationals" isn't important any more -- you're forgetting that many, many large companies doing this sort of outsourcing are all multinationals. They don't have national allegiances anymore.
*Looks at name*
Yeah, I guess you'd know.
Well, we know what percentage you're in, eh?
I think you'll find most mac users today are Intel ones, if Apple's numbers are trustworthy.
If it's under 10 people (or over, as long as only 10 members need to speak out of the group, and the rest just listen) you can use Google Hangouts. Recently started using them for everything, and it's amazing just how well they work. You can broadcast the hangout so more than just the 10 initial members can listen in.
I wonder how something like this would stand up to a fully encrypted phone with something like this, though: http://www.whispersys.com/whispercore.html
The devices police have access to bypass any security locks or pins you have on your phone, as one poster above me stated: http://www.cellebrite.com/forensic-products/forensic-products.html?loc=seg
...thinking of the Chinese space station in World War Z?
I was thinking more "flip a switch" artificial gravity than "big spinny ring" artificial gravity.
We'll get right on that -- do you want it before or after we make the FTL drive?
Like Space Herpes, for one.
You're actually assuming that I would leave any default credentials in place in a router?
I use an Android phone. They know this anyway.
I'm all about privacy -- I always turn off every checkbox about "anonymous results will be submitted," etc., etc., but even I know my router's SSID is public. I don't care what happens to those on the outside of my network.
There you go