From Tom <trgarner@yta.attmil.ne.jp>
Date Wed, 27 Oct 1999 06:44:01 +0900
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Here is the 1st paragraph from one of everyone's favorite Wired Magazine

TEMPEST Brewing for PC Privacy?
by Declan McCullagh
3:00 a.m. 26.Oct.99.PDT
WASHINGTON -- Plenty of people worry about their privacy online, but few
consider that someone may be eavesdropping on what they're typing --
through a wall or even across the street. 

It's something government snoops have been able to do for at least the 
last decade, according to newly released documents from the US National
Security Agency. Spy agencies have dubbed the concept TEMPEST, a code
name for technologies used to intercept and decipher the electromagnetic
signals that all computers emit...
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Tom Garner
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