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    Mythbusters + RFID Vulnerabilities = Legal Banhammer

    Mythbuster fans and even folks with a casual interest in RFID security will find this one interesting.

    Watch Adam Savage at HOPE describe the conference call from hell (roughly only the first half is relevant to the topic). [Gizmodo]

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    The Wolfman was there for his talk. This defenetly was an interesting part of his talk. I also like the part when he accidently displays the content of his movies folder which showed two "Batman the Dark Night CAM" folders. This created an roar of laughter from the crowd.

    The whole talk is worth watching.
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    Funny, now that the whole thing get publicized, the story changes...

    http://news.cnet.com/8301-13772_3-10...=2547-1_3-0-20

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    Dunno..
    It could be a bit of Adam "Shoot My Mouth OFF" Savage, and perhaps a little legal warning of "be careful following a certain line".. like 90:10....
    And now a little damage control.. dick head adam v legal smack.. 5:95

    The statements: "I don't know how much I can say", and
    "If I went into the detail of exactly why this story didn't get filmed, it's so bizarre and convoluted that no one would believe me,"

    Well the first.. He should have shut up... the conspiracy theorists would have been happy.. and his need to retract would have been nil..
    the second sounds more like .. "If I told you the truth you wouldn't believe me anyway, so here is a reasonable bit of BS, that has smatterings of the truth".
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