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Re: USAF wants to violate federal criminal law

Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Ever wonder what those excessively long exposed wires between chips in
your computer are designed to do when they are intrinsicly not

Why there (per policy) must be conventional electrical communication
between physical chips where that implementation is fundamentally
invalid and should always be one single chip?


On 5/18/08, Scott Bennett <bennett@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>      For those who are interested in seeing how little difference in
> principle
> there is between the U.S. government of today and that of Stalin's U.S.S.R.
> of
> yesterday, check out the article at
> 	http://blog.wired.com/defense/2008/05/air-force-mater.html
> which discusses the Air Force's desire to be able to take over any and every
> computer on the net, regardless of where those computers may be.  They want
> not only to be able to take control of those computers, but also to be able
> to install undetectable spyware.
>                                   Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
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