The U.S. Military May Blanket Afghanistan in Tiny Spy Sensors That Last for Two Decades | Popular Science

During the Cold War, both sides liberally used the “bug”–the remote listening device–to surreptitiously get wind of what the other side was up to by listening in on a room, a building, or, in the case of East Berlin, an entire city. But in America’s cooling war in Afghanistan, U.S. forces may undertake what could be the biggest bugging operation of all time, planting sensors all over the entire country that could feed the U.S. military intelligence from inside that country for the next two decades. It’s the rough equivalent of bugging an entire country.

via The U.S. Military May Blanket Afghanistan in Tiny Spy Sensors That Last for Two Decades | Popular Science.

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