Stephen E. Arnold: Amazon Drones – a True Cost Analytic Negative

Drones: In the Sky for Sure The US Federal Aviation Authority has decided the concept of drone deliveries is safe enough to grant Amazon Prime Air permission to fly beyond visual line of sight. But did the agency consider everything? Diginomica discusses some concerns in the article, “More Drones in the Sky in One Day …

Stephen E. Arnold: DarkCyber Innovation, Black Hat SEO, Drovorub, Sparks Snuffed, and Killer Drones

Dark Cyber Today: Innovation, Black Hat SEO, Drovorub, Sparks Snuffed, and Killer Drones Third, the FBI and NSA have published a free analysis of Drovorub malware. If you are responsible for a Linux server, requesting a free copy of the publication may save you time, money, and loss of important data. Read full post with …

Gordon Duff: Israel Took Out Saudi Refinery with Stealth F-35 Strike Using Drones as Cover? UPDATE 1: Completely Faked Attack?

NEO – The Strange Case of the Burning Saudi Refineries It doesn’t benefit Iran.  This would be a direct attack on Saudi Arabia and Iran has been winning the political war, not just with the UAE but Russia and the EU as well along with continued support from China. Iran had no reason to attack. …

Betty Boop: Two Drones Shut Down Key Airport — Over & Over…. UPDATE 2

now multiply by 100, choosing key Western cities… Holiday chaos as drones shut London’s Gatwick Airport Phi Beta Iota: The West assumes impunity from interruption and is not ready for asymetric rear area attacks. An electromagnetic pulse gun in a helicopter would have been able to fry these drones on the spot. In a worst …

Review: Drones and the Future of Armed Conflict – Ethical, Legal, and Strategic Implications

David Cortright, Rachel Fairhurst, Kristen Wall (eds.) Academic-Legal Perspective on the US Drone Assassination Program, November 23, 2016 This is one of three books on drone assassination that I am reviewing, the other two are Sudden Justice: America’s Secret Drone Wars (Terrorism and Global Justice) and We Kill Because We Can: From Soldiering to Assassination …