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There's a new security threat at some of the nation's military bases -- and it looks uncannily like a can of Coke.
Specially rigged Coke cans, part of a summer promotion, contain cell phones and global positioning chips. That has officials at some installations worried the cans could be used to eavesdrop, and they are instituting protective measures.
Coca-Cola Co. says such concerns are nothing but fizz.
military bases, including the U.S. Army Armor Center at Fort Knox, Ky., are asking soldiers to examine their Coke cans before bringing them in to classified meetings.
Originally posted by PsiEye
I read somewhere else (on ATS - I think) that someone did a kind thing for a Muslim woman and she warned that person not to buy Coke or Pepsi in the month of August (?!)