Big Brother is hearing you

Monday, 19 September 2005, 4:58 PM EST

Boffins at the University of California, Berkeley claim to have developed technology that spies on computer users by listening to the sound of the keyboard.

Dubbed 'acoustical spying' the system works by taking several 10-minute sound recordings of users typing at a keyboard.

By Ken Young at vnunet.

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