An exhibit headline, visible on the museum's website, reads "If cyber spies break America's security codes, could power lines turn into battle lines?" A better question is "who is the curator, a 16-year-old World-of-Warcraft gamer?" On second thought, even a pizza-faced teen would probably know this doesn't make one bit of sense.
A description of the phear. Sadly, it's recommended as something to do. And believe.
It’s a frightening thought—and an exhibit that, for better or worse, is designed to imbue its viewers with the reality of that fear as well as educate them. This is the kind of thinking that led to an extra gift, tucked into the Spy Museum’s Field Guide to Asymmetrical Warfare and passed out at the reception: a flash drive.
(Emphasis my own)