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mircea_popescu: "Apparently future-dated gps packets disable Stingray phone signal intercept devices. The device thinks its license has expired and locks up." in other lulz
a111: 11 results for "stingray", http://btcbase.org/log-search?q=stingray
trinque: $s stingray
BingoBoingo: Also http://media.npr.org/assets/img/2015/09/03/ap_520239149091_wide-228d7d439dae264b8a80e01f4457b50d9b00cdaa-s1100-c15.jpg << Stingray
BingoBoingo: No, I'm more concerned with suggesting the stingray getting its rape on.
BingoBoingo: Stingray raping Hearn?
asciilifeform: as result, the only folks who bought were 1) chumps 2) people who wanted to make own 'stingray'
pete_dushenski: needless to say, stingray or tower triangulation are more expensive to implement than gps tracking in smartphones
nubbins`: especially if your department head doesn't give a fuck when/where you use your stingray
nubbins`: stingray would ostensibly be a single-point unit, less useful for triangulation, more of a "warmer/colder" style
pete_dushenski: ftr i don't know that 'stingray' is all that useful, may be 'teaching the controversy'
pete_dushenski: if all you need are cell phone towers to determine location, why the fuck does stingray matter ?
nubbins`: pete_dushenski doesn't what require stingray
pete_dushenski: "I would respond that if he has a SIM card in his phone, then the phone emits roaming signals which allow its position to be determined with surprisingly good accuracy by using multilateralization—measuring its relative signal strength at several of the surrounding cell phone towers." << doesn't this require 'stingray' ?
BingoBoingo: mircea_popescu: No, he was too stupid and the stingray too wily