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jddeluxe (965655) writes "An article just published in the New York Times outlines how the NSA has compromised systems not connected to the Internet.
The practice, ongoing from 2008, " relies on a covert channel of radio waves that can be transmitted from tiny circuit boards and USB cards inserted surreptitiously into the computers. In some cases, they are sent to a briefcase-size relay station that intelligence agencies can set up miles away from the target."
Break out the tin foil hats..." Link to Original Source top
jddeluxe writes "The "Now Network" appears to be "Later" based on reports back from customers that ran out to purchase the Sprint iPhone 4s.
Besides the above URL, here are some add'l reports from the interwebs:
jddeluxe (965655) writes "This Sunday's NY Times Technology section contains an article about Mark Shuttleworth and the state of Ubuntu Linux. A bit "fluffy", but nice to get notice in the MSM...." top
jddeluxe writes "In an article in today's NY Times, John Doerr of Kleiner-Perkins proffered up Bill Joy's name when queried by Barack Obama for a recommendation for the position of Chief Technology Officer of the Unites States which Obama has promised to create and that the country is overdue to have.
I think that's a brilliant idea, and while you're at it, have the FCC report to him as well, why don't you?"