When Clacks Squawk: The New Keystroke Surveillance

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  1. Aaron says:

    I seem to recall a cold war-era claim that we monitored what documents were being typed at the Soviet Embassy (or was it them monitoring the U.S. Embassy) on the basis electronic monitoring of the passage of time between a key being pressed on the typewriters they were using (I believe it was IBM Selectics) and the time the proper letter on the print ball struck the page.

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