It’s the batshit crazy stuff like this that makes The Daily Mail so much fun to read:
An anti-terror expert believes the speed, altitude and direction of the aircraft could have been changed, simply by sending radio signals from a small remote device.
A framework of ‘codes’ created by cyber terrorists would also be able to get into the plane’s in-flight entertainment system and override the security software.
Question: does the ‘expert’ really believe you can hack into the flight computer through the in-flight entertainment system, or is this merely the interpretation of an dimwitted reporter?
Experts and The Daily Mail. What would we do without them?