Boeing Combats Surveillance Attempts With Self-Destructing Phone

Boeing Combats Surveillance Attempts With Self-Destructing Phone
technology

Boeing has filed papers with the FCC for a new phone to be sold exclusively to government agencies and defense companies.

Daniela Walker
  • 28 february 2014

Following  the NSA spying scandal, it seems apropos that Boeing has filed papers with the FCC for a phone that will destroy all its data should anyone attempt to tamper with it.

The so-called Boeing Black Phone is not made for regular consumers, but for ‘government agencies and companies engaged in contractual activities with those agencies that are related to defense and homeland security’ according to the papers.

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