How Hackers Beat The NSA In The ’90s And How They Can Do It Again | TechCrunch
"In the early 1990s, the military was petrified that encryption technologies would leave them blind to the growing use of mobile and digital communications, so they hatched a plan to ban to place a hardware patch that gave the NSA backdoor wiretap access, the so-called “Clipper Chip“.After hearing about the plan, a grassroots cabal of hackers, engineers, and academics erupted in protest, sparking a nationwide campaign to discredit the security and business implications of the Clipper chip, ultimately bringing the NSA’s plans to a screeching halt."
Apple Tests iPhone Screens as Large as Six Inches - WSJ.com
Good for Apple but it does tell you they have probably missed the boat on this market."The electronics g...
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