I would be pretty surprised if the CIA or NSA doesn't have the same, along with most other capable countries.It always amazes me that many communist countries have large government backed hacking groups that spend all their time trying to break into other countries systems to steal and take control and spam.
Elon Musk tanks you for the shout of support! NeuralinkI picture some day the computers will plug directly into our brains like in the movie "Matrix".
Right about the CIA & NSA , LOL. If you fart , the smell in on record and they know what you ate to cause it. The spy equipment we used in the Navy in the early 70's was amazing , so the capabilities we have now must be almost beyond comrehension.
The average person isn't still using hardware from twenty years ago, so why would you expect them to use software from twenty years ago? That's just how technology works; the old is replaced with the new. (Not saying that new always means better, but that's just how it is.)It is kinda sad, that all the old stuff got thrown, along with the nostalgic memories...
Uncle Frank, would Japanese people be angry when they look at the Rising Sun avatar?Over the years , I had about 100 CD type disks like AOL gave out and from old programs. I would take a bunch to the sandpit to shoot for targets. The silver color made them show up really well. (I always picked up the pieces to take home & put in the trash).
I think that's true. Apparently history is taught in chronological order at schools, leaving little time for an in-depth look at WW II, and what there is in the media is focused on what a terrible time it was for Japanese people and the suffering caused by the H-bombs (both true) but without any analysis of the events that led up to the war or Japan's invasion of mainland Asia.I doubt most people in Japan today have real negative opinions or think a lot about WWII times.