Often we find flaws in the implementation of technologies. Once the flaws are found we think companies will work to correct those flaws. Here is an example of how Google had a flaw and did not address it and how that turned into a national security issue. Bryan Seely says profit is the motive for the company not to take action to correct the flaws.
Wiretapping the Secret Service can be easy and fun | Bryan Seely | TEDxKirkland
In 2014, Bryan Seely hacked the Secret Service and the FBI, and then turned himself in to alert authorities to the problem. He'll tell you what you can do about it in his very entertaining talk.
Bryan Seely has garnered a great deal of national attention in the last year. He recognized there were some critical problems with the websites we use most often. He learned that not only is our personal security threatened, but so is our national security. To prove his point, Seely hacked the Secret Service and the FBI last year and then turned himself in to alert authorities to the problem. He'll tell you what you can do about it in his very entertaining talk.