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If ever there is a new U.S Constitution I hope it includes the explicit Right to Privacy within your home...unless a judge declares a warrant based on just cause. I feel thats the way its supposed to be. Freedom and Liberty and all...
federal officers have begun using Sony's PlayStation 3 to catch child predators by cracking encrypted passwords on seized computers and laptops.
Originally posted by Where2Hide2006
PS3 has built in WiFi and can connect to ANY Network (local and WAN)!
The Air Force has bought 300 PlayStation 3s for "research." Whether "research" means "let's play a massive Call of Duty 4 game" or "let's start building SkyNet with 300 PlayStation 3 nodes" or "let's create a giant black mecha with Blu-ray lasers" is yet to be seen. According to the Air Force, they need the cell processors for assessment
The place of delivery, acceptance, and FOB destination point is F4HBL1/Transportation Depot 2, 148 Electronic Parkway, Rome, NY 13441-4516.
The U.S. Air Force has submitted a procurement request for 2,200 new PS3 units to supplement the 336 that are already employed at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, NY.
Both commercial and internally-developed software is being tested in an effort to discover possible military applications for a PS3 supercomputing network; so far the Air Force has had success employing the cluster to quickly process high-def video, compile multiple radar images into high-res composites and even create computers with human brain-like qualities, known as "neuromorphic computing."