As tensions eased and protests continued this past weekend in Baltimore, a small squadron of aircraft circled neighborhoods affected by the riots and other violence of April 27—providing Baltimore City Police with an eye in the sky to monitor the protests and other “possible criminal activity,” as an FBI official told the Washington Post. These aircraft (or at least some of them) were part of the FBI’s secret surveillance air force—small planes with sensors perfected for battlefield intelligence in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Researchers craft network attack to “hack” surgical robot (sort of) University of Washington study tests the remote security risks of telemedicine. by Sean Gallagher – May 8, 2015 11:54am EDT Share Tweet 14 Have you ever performed surgery remotely and had someone try to jam you by drone? You will. UW BioRobotics Lab As part of a series of experiments, a group of researchers at the University of Washington’s BioRobotics Lab launched denial-of-service attacks against a remotely operated surgical robot,