from Tech Dirt:
FBI Director James Comey was on 60 Minutes on Sunday, in a segment that will continue next week as well. Apparently next week is when we’ll find out his views on mobile encryption and whether or not the FBI is spying on all of us, but this week, he gave us a tiny hint towards the end of the segment, in which he discusses why the internet is so dangerous. As far as I can tell, the summary is “don’t open attachments” (i.e., the same advice that you’ve been hearing for a decade, and which has little to do with many internet threats today):
Scott Pelley: Do people understand, in your estimation, the dangers posed by cybercrime and cyber espionage?
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