The Murky Link Between the Russian Cyber Threat and My Novel

This is a link to the live recent Senate Intelligence hearing regarding “Russian Hacking and Cybersecurity.”

This is a murky link.

This is a link to The Sea Trials of an Unfortunate Sailor, my book about the harsh realities of life in the navy during the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell era.

What is the relevance of the murky link between the two?

Probably none.

But you won’t know for sure unless you watch the hearing to understand why the Russian hacking of our cyber space is threat to our sovereignty and read the book to understand why intolerance and bigotry is a threat to our humanity.

#prettymurkyright

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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3 Responses to The Murky Link Between the Russian Cyber Threat and My Novel

  1. Alli Farkas says:

    Oohhh, and now he wants to “restructure” the CIA and DNI–presumably because he and Mr. Flynn think they are “biased”…

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    • The DNI, Dubya’s creation, has always been an odd, futile position – budget execution without any operational authority. I’m surprised it’s lasted this long actually. Though, I see #Trump just named his pick for the the post so it’s still up in the air… as most things are with this new reality of ours.

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