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The US navy has just contracted a company called Obscure Technologies to buy up second-hand consoles and develop computer forensic tools for extracting data stored on the hard drives.
The contract, published earlier this week, tasks the company with purchasing consoles from outside the US "in a manner that is likely to result in their containing significant and sensitive information from previous users", then providing tools for extracting information along with any data it finds and a report on the methods used. Obscure Technologies apparently has experience in cracking video game hardwa
The Sun recently reported that "terrorists" are using games like Call of Duty as "training tools."
Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
Take the guts out and put them in the microwave. Smash them into bits with a hammer. Thing about it is, you have to ask yourself why they'd want to do this.
Because the government, when it's acting as a collective whole, more and more resembles a person with paranoid schizophrenia.
That's highly unlikely, unless al-Qaida has decided to take up pwning noobs