27th May 06:35
MI5 Persecution: Do they fear truth? 3/10/95 (3258)
From: email@example.com (Peter Krüger)
Newsgroups: uk.misc,soc.culture.british,uk.politics,alt.politi cs.british
Subject: Re: What it's like to be watched by the security services
Date: 3 Oct 1995 15:38:20 GMT
Organization: Steinkrug Publications
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In article <DFus24.HxB.firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Mike Corley) says:
If it was as late as 1992 then there was already a system available to
feed digital video out of a domestic TV via the mains. Each raster of
video was preceded by a six**** bit address which identified the
television set. All that was needed was a decoder box plugged into the
mains somewhere between your room and the grid transformer. The signal
was decoded and then fed down to the phone line. They probably
even had a PC which enabled them to see the picture as well. By 1992 the
technology had moved on from slowscan to near real time video with the
advent of devices from Brooktree and Harris etc.
Maybe, or perhaps as if in:-
You’re doing OK so far.
Not much point unless you switch off the TV at the mains
Looks like Ostrich farming is going to catch on in the UK as you may have seen in
some of the other uk newsgroups
wool_ barefaced_ denial_ liar_ eyes_ fashion_ fear_ exposure,
How is your mother these days Mike?
And BTW - How is the thesis coming along?