It’s 2004. Shouldn’t I be able to type with my mind?

As if high-tech Peeping Toms, the U.S. government’s virtually unlimited wiretapping powers and computer viruses masquerading as lovers weren’t enough of a worry, a scientist is claiming that eavesdroppers can decipher what you type on your computer keyboard “by simply listening to the sound of a keystroke…. All that is needed is about $200 worth of microphones and sound processing and PC neural networking software.” (Via Bookninja.)


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