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The FBI's 'Magic Lantern'

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posted on Sep, 13 2002 @ 07:35 AM
The government's next-generation electronic surveillance tool can reportedly break encryption. See what experts are saying about Magic Lantern.

By James Hamilton
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Its been more than six months since the news broke about the FBI's new high tech spying device named "Magic Lantern." The government, understandably, wants to keep the Magic Lantern technology under wraps. But that didn't stop "CyberCrime" from getting the inside scoop on this high tech surveillance device from experts, which we'll show you on this week's episode.

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posted on Sep, 13 2002 @ 06:37 PM
ok, well
EXPLAIN THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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posted on Sep, 14 2002 @ 01:33 AM
could the Army's new free video game called "America's Army" be a trojan and have in its coding a piece of the magic lantern program?

posted on Sep, 14 2002 @ 04:36 AM
Absolutely, its possible.

But its highly unlikely that it could be doing this without a single person noticing. Personally I think that such action would a little too unsubtle for the Army to attempt.

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