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The Case For Kill Switches in Military Weaponry

By Scientific American

September 4, 2014

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This summer the insurgent group ISIS captured the Iraqi city of Mosul—and along with it, three army divisions' worth of U.S.-supplied equipment from the Iraqi army, including Humvees, helicopters, antiaircraft cannons and M1 Abrams tanks.

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