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Maybe. They develop technology which can be commercialised. Unfortunately they also keep secrets.
I am aware of certain technologies not available to the consumer.--
I guess eventually these technologies will become available to the consumer.
The MIC and the IIC do benefit us in that they help make our nations and the world more secure.
"Who benefits?" > Abhinav Lal Writer & Investor
Does the military industrial complex and the intelligence industrial
complex benefit us?
In theory yes. But way too often, they do a great breakthrough,
(say in weaponry) only to fumble it away to enemies.
And then it costs us more than it helped us.
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Hackers hit vulnerable cities like Baltimore with ... - USA Today
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