This is definitely NOT…

creepy or anything.

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  • Marthe Lépine

    I clicked on the link (at two different times of the day) and both times got an error message: “Not Found…”

    • Martin T

      Now -that’s- creepy.

  • I think I found the link, but – creepier and creepier – it won’t let me post it in the comment here. Just search for “scientists successfully hack brain to obtain private data”.

  • The creepiest thing is that enough people have seen Johnny Mnemonic to make it acceptable as a reference.

  • Ted Seeber

    Yeah, but it is essentially a dictionary attack. In other words, unless they know ahead of time what they are looking for and have some pretty good guesses as to what it is, the P300 recognition signal isn’t going to do them any good at all.

  • Linebyline

    This is mildly off-putting, but the truly creepy part is going to be when the government grants itself the power to make you sit down and force you to let them do this. My guess is the TSA will be doing it first.