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US President escapes suicide robot attack
Posted: 13 March 2008

I love it! It is only a matter of time before some extremist or dissatisfied employee in some technical field does this. The question that begs is how secure are any one's IP systems if they can be hacked by some crazy or vengeful person. The idea of assassinating some prominent political figure has lots of bling but what about CEOs and other figures who manage technology companies and what about unscrupluous competitors using this to disable the competition? One doesn't have to injure pople only damage the IP and the IT systems to make a company lose its comptetitive edge.

Kamikaze White House cleaning robot detonates 'battery' bomb
Dateline: 11 September 2011
An attempt to assassinate the US President was foiled today by White House security. "At no time was the President in danger," said a spokesman for the Secret Service, although an aide was injured in the explosion. Extremist engineers have given a new meaning to the term suicide bomber - now no-one need offer up their life for the cause, just some machinery and electronics. Following all ...
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