Did you know that if a Korean medals in the Olympics, they get to avoid mandatory military service. Hm, maybe that has something to do with the fact that fourth in the overall medal count, ahead of France, Russia, Japan and many other larger countries. Nathan McMurray discusses it today. Over on LXBN TV, former National Security Agency General Counsel Stewart Baker joins us to explain why the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 failed and why something needs to be done to shore up that area soon.
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