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The worst case scenario

I have been helping out with a research project by Berkman fellow Derek Bambauer and Phil Malone on the extent to which US law and security research interact. One of the elements the paper needed was a worst case scenario where using the law to cover up a product flaw would harm society at large. The general consensus was that the Diebold scandel was perhaps the best known example to date. And for those who doubt this claim I provide the following video.
note: I am not a fan of embedding media in my blog and this is a one time event. Don’t get used to it :)

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