Is the PSP spurring a new generation of safety concerns?

Friday, 25 August 2006, 2:08 PM EST

One doesn't often associate a child bearing a portable gaming console as a potential hacker, or, worse, a terrorist. We often disregard the PSP as a multimedia tool sincerely used for promoting happiness: watching movies, playing games, and listening to music. But how about using it for infiltrating top-secret clearance level data at some of the US's most prestigous intelligence agencies?

At PSP 3D.

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