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Comment: Really? (Score 2) 56

by Frosty Piss (#49772249) Attached to: Sniffing and Tracking Wearable Tech and Smartphones

The findings have raised concerns about the privacy and confidentiality wearable devices may provide.

Who ever suggested that there was any "privacy and confidentiality" of wearable devices that use Bluetooth? Who would even think such a thing? We're not talking about encrypted communications devices here...

Comment: Re:Security clearance (Score 1) 420

by Frosty Piss (#49659035) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Moving To an Offshore-Proof Career?

I do wonder what they do with military personnel from friendly countries engaged in liaison activities, some of whom seem to be embedded in ways that give them access to secret information.

At the USAF base where I work, we have Canadian pilots flying out jets (with classified equipment on-board) on regular missions "down range", and we train Saudi (and other "friendly" forces) on top of the line military gear all the time, so there must be some kind of waiver.

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