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FAA investigating Rupert Murdoch for flying unmaned drones in U.S.

 
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will post more links. when i find more info on this.
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[link to blogs.forbes.com]

At the Black Hat and Defcon security conferences in Las Vegas next week, Mike Tassey and Richard Perkins plan to show the crowd of hackers a year’s worth of progress on their Wireless Aerial Surveillace Platform, or WASP, the second year Tassey and Perkins have displayed the 14-pound, six-foot long, six-foot wingspan unmanned aerial vehicle. The WASP, built from a retired Army target drone converted from a gasoline engine to electric batteries, is equipped with an HD camera, a cigarette-pack sized on-board Linux computer packed with network-hacking tools including the BackTrack testing toolset and a custom-built 340 million word dictionary for brute-force guessing of passwords, and eleven antennae.
On top of cracking wifi networks, the upgraded WASP now also performs a new trick: impersonating the GSM cell phone towers used by AT&T and T-Mobile to trick phones into connecting to the plane’s antenna rather than their carrier, allowing the drone to record conversations and text messages on a32 gigabytes of storage. A 4G T-mobile card routes the communications through voice-over-Internet or traditional phone connections to avoid dropping the call. “Ideally, the target won’t even know he’s being spied on,” says Tassey.
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Hobbyists are basically free to use drones as long as they keep them under 400 feet. At this point, civil and commercial use of drones is only allowed for research and development purposes.

The News Corp’s The Daily has a drone that it’s sent out a few times, as noted by The Observer. After The Daily broadcast some incredible footage of Alabama after it was devastated by storms, UAS Vision reported that The Daily owns a MicroDrone MD4-1000. The Daily sent it out again in June to bring back video from Minot, North Dakota after intense flooding there. (Total non-sequitur: Drones can hack cell phones now, you know.)

[link to blogs.forbes.com]
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[link to www.dailykos.com]

Forbes also reporting that an ex-airforce official worked with Murdoch to make a drone that could capture cell phone signals, unlocked wi-fi signals, etc.
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08/13/2011 11:11 AM
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It is just amazing how long it takes to expose the truth.
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08/13/2011 11:33 AM
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The plans for building different camera drones are available from many places on the net.

Check out this video:


Here's how to build it:
[link to shrediquette.blogspot.com]
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08/13/2011 09:36 PM
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Hope he gets slapped with a big fat fine.spank
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08/14/2011 09:13 AM
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He deserves jailtime.


But a multi-billion dollar fine will do -to reverse all the evil.
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08/22/2011 11:20 PM
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Hey, he's off the radar screen again.

What's happening here, a private, plea bargain?
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08/26/2011 04:31 PM
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I think Murdoch and Khadafi should hang out together.

In fact, isn't Khadafi more popular than he is?
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i think an DOJ said they will start investigation as to whether 9/11 victims phones where hacked by murdock and co.
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09/01/2011 10:12 AM
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This is too much. UNREAL this is being allowed...
I love physics. It bonds us eternally, it's what makes our computers work, it's what's in my morning cup of coffee, it's the thing that keeps the universe from vanishing due to lack of belief...
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10/27/2011 10:43 AM
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what a sick mentality.
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10/29/2011 10:13 AM
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It is just amazing how long it takes to expose the truth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1504240


Mark Twain put it best.
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10/31/2011 08:35 AM
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he should go like Khadaffi !
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11/17/2011 07:20 PM
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Rupie is keeping a low profile lately, so he doesn't end up sharing a cell with his pal, Conrad Black.
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