17 Burst results for "Keith Alexander"

"keith alexander" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Here's another one from the eyebrow raising department as revealed by an SEC filing the former director of the NSA. Keith Alexander is joining Amazon's board of directors. This is eyebrow raising because quoting the verge a former director of the National Security Agency and the first commander of the US Cyber Command. Alexander served as the public face of US data collection during the Edward Snowden leaks but he retired from public service in two thousand thirteen. Alexander. Is a controversial figure for many in the tech community because of his involvement in the widespread surveillance systems revealed by the snowden leaks, those systems included prism a broad data collection program that compromised systems at Google Microsoft Yahoo and facebook, but not Amazon. Alexander was broadly critical of reporting on the snowden leaks even suggesting that reporters should be legally restrained from covering the documents quote I. Think it's wrong that newspaper reporters have all these documents, the fifty thousand whatever they have and are selling them and giving them out as if these you know it just doesn't make sense Alexander said in an interview in two thousand, thirteen quote we ought to come up with a way of stopping it. I don't know how to do that. That's more of the courts and the policymakers but from my perspective, it's wrong to allow this to go on and quote. Alexandra's board spot will also give Amazon new expertise in defense contracting an area of particular focus for the company. In recent years, Amazon was a leading candidate for a recent ten billion dollar cloud computing contract with the Pentagon, but ultimately lost out to Microsoft an quote. Actually quoting from Edward Snowden himself on twitter quote it turns out. Hey. Alexa is short for Hey. Keith Alexander. Yes. The Keith Alexander personally responsible for the unlawful mass surveillance programs that caused a global scandal and Amazon web services aws host around six percent of all websites.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Skullduggery

"We got the alert and was kind of mind blowing. And so you think about it. You know, they were collecting every phone log of every. American right. So potential for vast abuse. You don't know how much abuse there was. But we certainly knew there was a potential for that. So the question was okay. Well, if you're gonna do this, then there has to be some really really important justification for it, which is to say that this is a program that really worked, and that was gonna save large numbers of lives prevent thwart terrorist attack was the default reaction of the president of Keith Alexander. Who is the director of the NSA of James Clapper who had lied about the program or certainly misstated the program when questioned about it by Ron Wyden in famous moment before the Senate. But what struck me about it? You know, there had been we knew that under Bush, there'd been the warrantless terrorist surveillance programs loss outside codename. Right. Right. Something that you, and I I. Revealed in Newsweek as I recall into the codename code. The program. Yes, though, the program was exposed by the New York important rewarding led to an uproar and congress than modified that and set up a new scheme, but we didn't know they were doing this collecting domestic phone records..

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"When I say watch, I mean, really watch they had a graphic user interface, and we watch China in particular hop into places like universities, go to companies, and then we watched billions of dollars worth of trade secrets treat, negotiation strategies, intellectual property flow out of the United States. It's what the former head of national security agency. Keith Alexander called the largest transfer of wealth in human history. Yeah. So while watching it was like a credible intelligence feed. It did not feel like success. It was clear we needed to change approach. And so in addition to getting the intelligence threats, one of the thing, the director was driving at the time was how do we change our approach? So that we go from watching to disrupting. So what? Do you think of the new threat or perceived threat? And now there are some action being taken against the you know, congr- giant conglomerate telecommunication equipment while way arrest was made in Canada. The concern is that they will if these phones and equipment are bought throughout the west. They can have a hardware in them that sending information back to Chinese state actors. Yeah, there's a couple different reasons why I think you're seeing so much concern by not just the United States government. But it's allies across the world when it comes to while away number one, they were just flouting the law when it came to a sanctions imposed so these the idea here is to keep the proliferation of certain types of technology and weapons out of the hands of states that might use them for bad purposes, right and one of the series of charges, and this is the one that got the CFO arrested in Canada says they were deliberately. Availing those sanctions when it came to Iran number two is theft of trade secrets and so another set of charges. These out of Seattle say they were stealing trade secrets from T mobile actually about a new robot design and number three to your point is this is the same company that setting up the global infrastructure for the world in terms of how devices communicate with each other. So not just it's not just like your phone company where they could listen to your calls, the next technology..

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"keith alexander" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"What's up you guys? This is Alex from you know, she does the midday show, of course, on Keith Alexander. Mike Alex United been talking off the air. And I know this is a tough conversation for you for a variety of reasons. But MAC Miller still can't believe it. It's just crazy. Yeah. You know, I found out when I was on air, and I just like it's like not ever the the wanna break on air, and I'm taking a little bit hard like choking. Now, they lost a friend of simpler way. Oh my goodness. I I remember meeting him back in two thousand thirteen like MAC Miller. And he was one of the first interviews like one of the first big interviews. And I remember being so nervous to meet him. And then like within thirty seconds all the melting away. He was the most genuine down to earth die and we were talking about like the penguins the flyers hockey. And just like we're not like what we do so many for lab and like artists and though four, but like he really just impacted me. And I was just so. Just so genuine it. Like, I'm on Twitter. And I I see that he has left that impact on film, any others in my heart is just broken for his friends and family, and I just wanted to send out van because by third grow. And it's not fine, and defend them a lot. But we definitely watched the good ones. Mac Miller met him a couple of times. Couple interviews. Just and just a sweetheart of a guy. It's just it's terrible. Power listener to like watch one thing about a month ago. He he did the NPR tiny and blast on. He did with two thousand nine that's like one of the performances. I've watched a YouTube in a while. And it really shows how good of an artist he really as so definitely look that up on YouTube, Alex. Thank you very much..

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"keith alexander" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Access accepted at eight point seven billion dollar takeover offer from switzerland so bart is the deal also lifted shares of regenerates bio which licenses gene therapy technology to affects us the ticker on rejects bio is an ex stocks up almost twenty nine percent ron the russel's biggest losses belongs to m g i see investment ticker mt g for mortgage insurer is down fourteen and a half percent after reducing premiums for policies pay by far worst mjc's cut wait on on other mortgage insurance as well and my holding ticker an m i h is down twenty one percent and radian group ticker ardian is down on world sport team percent thank you so much dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor columnist and blogger mlive go on the bloomberg you often don't hear the word nuclear in tandem with the idea of peace in the middle east and yet here we are we are joined by retired general keith alexander of the us army is a retired fourstar general who joins us he's also the co founder and director of it three corporation also chief executive and president of iron net security and he joins us here at the bloomberg new energy summit thank you so much for being here i want to start with his idea that an increase in nuclear development in the middle east could somehow foster peace a lot of people think of nuclear weapons as being very close to nuclear power plants explain how this how this could be well that's a great question and thanks for that because you see the middle east is getting nuclear power they won't have oil and gas forever they've got to make a transition for their economies several of us got together and said how do we help do this in a way that ensures security not only tutor energy for both of those because at the end of the.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I'm not gonna have all time of the enough time in this segment to complete this but i want to move to the chinese attacks on our private sector our industries china's cyber espionage case espionage against us commercial firms poses a significant threat to america's business interests in competitiveness in key industries general keith alexander commander of your cyber command assess this is again five years ago that the financial via these losses it's about three hundred and thirty eight billion dollars a year and by the way that's been upgraded this year to six hundred billion including intellectual property losses and the downtime to respond to penetrations although not all these losses are to chinese activity chinese entities engaging it's cyber and other forms of economic espionage likely conclude that stealing intellectual property and proprietary information is much more cost effective than investing lengthly r and d programs these staff support national science and technology development plans that are centrally managed and directed by the pr see government by the communist party the chinese government including the p l a their military wing and the ministry of state security supports these activities by providing state owned enterprises are soa's information and data extracted through cyber espionage to improve their competitive edge cut rnd timetables and reduce costs all of this you see is to build up their military.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on TechStuff

"As possible and laid out their idea for using code to disrupt critical operations in the iranian era enrichment facility and the actually damage and destroy centrifuges just by using code now at the time this was still considered a pretty radical idea they decided that this was a decent line of attack they got the goahead got the code name operation olympic games behind the scenes but yeah when ahead now it's never been officially acknowledged but the reports that have come out since the time of stuxnet stated that president bush had requested four hundred million dollars from congress to fund covert operations with the purpose of interfering with iran's nuclear program and congress said okeydoke now not all of that money went to the development of stuxnet some of it went toward other efforts to stir up trouble in iran the plan was to slow down iran's uranium neom enrichment operations there were no illusions that their efforts would destroy the facility but rather gum up the works enough to keep iran from making a lot of progress while they figured out another way to confront the situation reportedly general james cartwright of the us strategic command and keith alexander who was a former nsa director where in charge of the high level planning for operation olympic games the nsa an israeli team from defense forces unit eighty two hundred which is kind of their version of the nsa responsible for actually developing the code by changing the rotational speed of the centrifuges repeatedly they could cause the machines to tear themselves apart now there was no danger of a nuclear explosion it wasn't like they were going to trigger some sort of catez cataclysmic event but the uranium was just a gas form so if you made the centrifuges break.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Of openness of thinking of debate has created the kind of place where great thinkers come think of great ideas and those ideas are often translated into millions of middle class good paying jobs well china knows this but china's not a free and open society to achieve the kind of gains in advancements in technology and in biomedical science and in so many other things they have to scale what we do sometimes by buying companies sometimes by cyber theft sometimes by just these joint ventures and they tell american firms you can only come to china if you give away your intellectual property so china's taking huge advantage of us intellectual property is the lifeblood of emerging industries and the good paying jobs they provide the american advantage of intellectual property is one of the main things that will keep us number one economically in this century but not if we allow it to be stolen and taking advantage of in the country that does that more than any other is china intellectual property is the lifeblood as i said of emerging industries in the good paying jobs they provide so it's impossible to overstate the cost of ip theft to our economy and our workers this sentence pains me i think about it often general keith alexander four star general nonpolitical he was in charge of cybersecurity in america and here's what he said china's theft of intellectual property is quote the greatest transfer of wealth in history we're letting them do it the crown jewel of america are free and open society that allows great thinkers to create great ideas and products they steal it and we do nothing it's one of the things mr president that aggravates me more than most others finally president trump is doing something unlike his predecessors so i commend him the wto they have been grossly inadequate for this problem we cannot continue to ignore flagrant cheating by china whether wto likes it or not so the administration's announcement today is a leap forward if this new push is going to be successful we need our allies to work with us germany italy france britain open free societies unlike china they know their stuff is being stolen to join with us if we're united strong front against chinese activities on intellectual property we can force them to change their ways but they.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on WWL

"Of kids playing high school sports but there are always enough refah raised it can be a struggle even in louisiana the one that uh we we continually uh seek out officials because of shortages is basketball louisiana high school athletic association assistant director keith alexander says sometimes sand behavior hurts their ability to recruit and retain and the sheer number of basketball programs and the number of games they play can stretch their referee staff thin alexander says they are always looking to train to officials wwl's chris miller coming up here in sports freshman feed on promote waters leads lsu past vanderbilt rolling out down broadway is good and will lsu pitching look better tonight against uno i'm steve geller that saw hot freshman go in there for the tigers will give more from steve coming up in his full report right here on wwl just a hand in the forecast meteorologist dave nussbaum we'll have a little better chance for rain today run forty percent as a coalfired stalls just to the north of us but will still be very warm with record highs in the lower 80s right now we're cloudy to unit national airport counters seventy two degrees and we of a wind down to the north just three to five miles an hour on the north shore slidell cloudy and 72 our track here on early traffic amphibious traffic center i'm terrell robinson and get the full restrictions on the causeway due to fog sowed southbound convoy northbound born lane only reduce speed also the nor show they say this a problem on the i twelve this is going to be eastbound traveling from baton rouge towards hamid is going to be just past albany and before a pumpkin center extra mile mark a 34 right lane blocked eighteen wheeler there another eighteen wheeler the median so i am starting to see a delay there and that is the reason for that right lane blockage of the trip in from slidell twin span is clear that will be all whip with a high rise into the.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Risky Business

"Yeah a little disturbing uh there is some there was one bit that i did spotless do we haven't told reputation was apparently if you do actually hack back under this proposed legislation you have to go and tell the fbi that you did which if that could be interesting ember that provides a useful data symphony if the i abut who's got the capability and what they're doing some maybe that would actually be a positive outcome for all of the offerings that are going to go wrong i just have an ailing enron i just have a feeling with just people bangs yellow as they are it could get a little bit could get a little bit messy i think we saw keith alexander former former head of the nsa saying making comments this week saying like this is how wars stop please go without which i think might be a little bit too much hype in the opposite direction but still like let's just let's just kate tracking this while now god please don't let it pass out motherboard motherboard has his cried story here in its look it's a it's a legit issue at more than one million people apparently downloaded i fake what's up klein for android one million downloads before any body noticed anything this is terrible yeah it's pretty rubbish i and apparently the this particular fake apple was just serving advertising serve an obviously it could have been worse spot term yes it's just not a good look for googling nothing in this guy one of the tricks they used was they had a like non space wide space character in the publisher names was published by wants app inc with a different space character in the gap between happen inc them in the allowances but also 255 in in terms of battle chest not yale unicredit grow into battle thing yeah with german it's pretty funny that that's a fair is still flowing people in the seventy ninety but google is just really got to get a handle on how awful they are app store yeah luca was funny to say just one pop up this week i did some family tech support this week someone's facebook messenger apples and working ryan and our my k that's weird.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Different agencies they don't understand the roles and responsibilities when you asked each of them who's defending what you get a different answer admiral jim stab readers who needs to quote there needs to be a voice in the cabinet that focuses on cyber obviously there's supposedly one there but he is not appearing before the committee in and that diminishes our ability to carry out our responsibilities the list goes on and on january two thousand seventeen center for strategic and institutional studies task force simply concluded quote we must consider how to organize the united states the fence cyberspace and that if dhs is unable to step up its game we should consider the creation of a new cyber security agency list goes on and on i'd like to have your responses to these assessments ranging from a pro a presidential commission to general keith alexander to the atlantic council to center for strategic and international studies task force all of them are saying the same thing wall gentleman all them are saying exactly the same thing and i look forward to get a translator to can show us what this chart means i'll be glad to hear your response mr sector efpia mr chairman i i i would say just on the issue of the election process the department is have clearly bear to support that the response or the mitigation of potential threats our electoral process it simply that that when you look at that separation of thority between state and local governments the lead for that coordination and support our in our current system is dhs and we provide defensive or to similar authorities as requested to support those those needs and requirements that obviously assumes that the department of homeland security has the capabilities and the authority in order to carry out that requirement whereas this cyber is warfare cyber is warfare cyber isn't attempting to destroy a democracy that's what mr putin is all about so to sum out shuffle at off on.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And that the task of the review group was going to be to basically swat them down and to rein them arrangement right and to my surprise i discovered it was quite different than when i discovered is that um the nsa was quite careful it was very professional they were basically scientists and technologists and military types and that i came to have a high degree of respect for there a concern for the law and to stay in the concert for staying within law i was surprised at the extent to which there was serious oversight from the foreign intelligence surveillance court from the uh from the department of justice a little less impressed by the oversight from the senate and house intelligence committees um but but i found the nsa was was an organization that was exercising the the authority that he had been given by the three branches of government and had been doing so in a very conscientious not perfect but very conscientious manner and in the real problem we concluded his group was not that the nsa run amok the problem was that some of the programs that they've been authorized to do um needed to be refined and that there was a better balance between privacy and civil liberties in the one hand national security on the other that could be struck in implementing these programmes so as to enable them to be effective while at the same time minimising to a greater extent as some of the concerns about privacy and civil liberties and we made a total of forty six recommendations in a report on most of which have been adopted either by president obama or by congress in the usa freedom act amid increasingly by the way the nsa's director general keith alexander um who when he saw the list to people in review group when he saw my name on it and i guess he was briefed about who i was his aclu type person um he basically said to um one of his colleagues what the hell is he doing here is a nightmare.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

Studio 1.0

01:59 min | 5 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

"I would i would say that she had to be known does that concern you while i have a lot of concerns uh you know i don't know donald trump so uh i probably be there the least to uh the worst person to take any one of these and say who is the right course but here's the allowed lee our parties how many he could be well my party i have two parties and the and uh by thought is on all of these um what is our nation need and what would i look for in the president we need to address social security we need to address medicare we need to fix our debt we need to make sure our nation is secure and so who are the candidates can do that and that's what i looked to as those with national security being at the forefront i think you know my my initial look at this is when you take a person like reagan what reagan had was the experience to do that he had the experience to as a governor of california to look at how to run a country i think that experience is really necessary which donald trump doesn't half well and so the question is how much um experienced as he have from business sick can translate and that's an issue i don't know the answer to so i have not studied donald trump to be honest and so would be unfair for me to to just take off limited set deseo he's batteries good or either way i think what really the american people need to look at if i were to do is take those for national security in the three things that we said who's the person that can help our country get to where it needs to be you know there is a great statement by warren buffett.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

Studio 1.0

01:59 min | 5 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

"Was april fool's it was on april so i thought you know knowing me and some of my friends i was i was betting that somebody is going to call me and saying you retirement has been pushed back my first day a gun on a plane to come out to a conference in las vegas i wasn't sure what i was going to do i had several job offers i didn't know if i wanted to work for somebody i you know i am not wasn't looking forward to working with somebody and i talked to some of the financial institutions and other companies and they said with what you know about cybersecurity why don't you started cybersecurity company to solve some of these problems in the more we got onto it i talked to some of the guys who were out and said he would you be interested in doing this and in six weeks we said we could start a company so iron at cybersecurity as you are cybersecurity firm you're going to do a big public rollout taking anwar companies you said you're developing breakthrough technology what is that technology break to watch the hand you tell us about the tell that say like donald trump breakthrough which really good you're gonna love it was going to make everybody safer winning a winning actually is when you look at cybersecurity for a company or bank an energy company a healthcare company what are the problems that you see on it and how do we address oh so what we're trying to do is address headon the problems that couldn't stop the sony or the other attacks it went on were trying to address at and that's with true behavioral models behavioral analytics the ability to see the entire network flows at network speed and to be able to responding give people much faster capabilities in terms of doing analysis to find the fault and fix at what does a donald trump presidency mean for our national security while i don't know.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

Studio 1.0

01:31 min | 5 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

"Under 700 two hundred faisal that's correct and so prism was the program that allowed us to see the new york city subway that was the first part was prison a back door no prison was a court order so he knows a wiretap a bat aback your an answer is no i mean we've had wiretaps so prism was a modern day wiretap and use maintained that the tech companies did now that even though they claim that they did well they were served record orders right i mean that's what the horizon order and all the other ones that are public now showed um and they were by law required to do those so when tim cooke mark zuckerberg or larry page says we had no idea is happening we are allies h two i think the issue comes nodded the i think it's a little bit more nuanced i think the issue is what does nsa collect to conduct its foreign intelligence mission and the perception is nsa's into their servers and stuff remember there was a set of that that's not true what his chin uh nsa's not in any of the survivors of it to my knowledge apple was am i watch apple google any of those nsa is authorized to collect communications with those companies under the fifa amendments act and what it has to do is serve a court order to do that and in only certain conditions it do it your first day in the private sector i i like.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

Studio 1.0

01:53 min | 5 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

"Um you know there's all sorts of things that we wouldn't allow on the network so how do we address it with terrorism now general you may well go down in history as the guy who is the head of the nsa during the revelations of edward snowden how do you feel about that i think it gives snowden too much credit you know what he divulged one is something that was a court order prove by congress and the executive branch and what the investigations found is nsa was doing exactly what is supposed to do so he reveal the classified program that was meant to protect our country nsa doesn't get to choose who classifies it that's at executive branch and that is a congressional and a court decision and essays responsibility is to conduct that and there is legal precedents for doing that and it was the right thing when you look at the number of terrorist attacks so i think what he did was he thought he was better than all three and the press treated him like that they treated him as a hero and here's a guy who who is going to ultimately cause allowed alisabieh loss that debate was going on in congress at the same time do you make it more public that say that say debate outside of nsa you think that the pass tax could have been stopped if edward snowden hadn't well i think we had more information for sure and i think what terracar learning is how to bypass intelligence and law enforcement we said that the most likely place to be hit was paris for all these reasons and it was and i think you're going to see increased attacks in europe and potentially the united states because of the leaks.

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"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

Studio 1.0

01:55 min | 5 years ago

"keith alexander" Discussed on Studio 1.0

"Hello everyone you're listening to studio one point out i'm emily changle he'd been dumped the cowboy of the nsa and a spy king a young keith alexander says he never aspired to stay in the military but became a star graduate of west point he went on to become a fourstar general who served multiple towards including operation desert storm that in two thousand five he was officially sworn in as the director of the national security agency under president george w bush he held the post for eight years the longest of any nsa chief during the agencies most challenging period in history the revelations of edward snowden about government surveillance these days he still tackling cybercrime but on the corporate side as the founder and ceo of iron net a cybersecurity startled joining me on this edition of studio one point out former nsa director general alexander general it's so great to have you here on the show going to be so much for joining us now we have to start off with a stand off between apple and the fbi google facebook tech companies have sided with apple and this has reopened a divide between washington and silicon valley how sustainable is it for tech companies to be at odds with their government was voted everybody has the right to an opinion i think what we have to do though you know as we have to learn how to get our country back together and take the best support we represent and put that on the table and you know when i look at the great capabilities are coming out of the tech community these are phenomenal tremendous opportunities middle look at your kids uh the opportunities you have for education the opportunities we have for medicine for communications and all those things is extroardinary.

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