They offered their original non-encrypted drive in a 'without-a-knife' option.
But if you really want a USB stick that's just a USB stick with some encryption, I'd go with a IronKey. http://www.ironkey.com./
Obviously they wouldn't have succeeded if the Russians weren't giving them shitloads of resources.
And there wouldn't have been a war at all if we hadn't given many times more resources to the French and then propped up the failing democratic movement.
The Vietnamese people did not want the style of government we were trying to force on them, and they would have died to the last man getting us out. The same is true of everywhere else we stick our tanks with "Don't Tread On Me" bumper stickers.
Soviet Union failed to give Eastern Europe their independence
they didn't fail anything. Their intentions were to occupy and this is what they did.
Oh no, they'll still continue playing both sides of the street.
When a new movie or song comes out and they want to generate interest, "some unscrupulous employee" will still "leak" an early version. Of course they'll never prosecute "unscrupulous employee" because it was an "accident" and if pushed they'll simply argue that they were completely within with their right to leak it on the torrents as it was their's to leak, but not your's to download. When pushed that the whole thing is a honeypot, they will drop the claim and we'll mysteriously never hear of it again. Amazing how that happens while the content industry manages to not be a cartel. I guess they are really just smart, honest, really, really good people.
Bringing computers into the home won't change either one, but may revitalize the corner saloon.