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hi tech disruption on the high seas

2015-12-07 16:15:59.483065+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

RT hotel zulu lima @hotelzululima:

HAH!!.. if Clinton wants "hitech disruptors" to interdict ISIS then I want to see some "Letters of Marque" pretty damn quick! #AIS8C11USCON


Once Congress authorizes same as provided in Article 1,Section 8,Clause 11, then "hitech disruptors"->indemnification !!


then its "game on"...


and lets not forget "admiralty courts" to decide if the prize taking legit!!(email lists? sucker lists? twitter accounts?)

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#Comment Re: hi tech disruption on the high seas made: 2015-12-09 12:34:12.89236+00 by: meuon

This could be interesting.. hackers as privateers with Letters of Marque.

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