This incendiary claim regarding governmental malware cyber-warfare would be written off as a conspiracy theory if intelligence officials weren't so ridiculously suspicious. The escalating empirical evidence in this documentary rivals Snowden and Manning revelations, the Panama Papers scandal and the Leveson Inquiry. Quite astonishing.
The latest (I guess) regarding what is possible to publicly report regarding Stuxnet. A few years ago, when David Sanger published his story, there were a couple of documentaries and news stories that were about or included this subject. Now there is more (no official acknowledgements). Alex Gibney does another good documentary, a brave effort on something that faces secrecy and the "national security" barrier.
I have seen the future. The world will not end with a whimper or a bang, but with code. A disturbing look at the uncharted waters of cyberwarfare and also how Stuxnet was an overlooked paradigm shift in warfare itself.