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Computerworld duped by ID-Sniper rifle hoax

Peter Rojas
April 28, 2004
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Note to Computerworld: you've been duped. Your article about the ID-Sniper, a rifle that supposedly can shoot a tiny GPS chip into someone, is based on a hoax. Seemed pretty obvious to just about everyone else when this first popped up a few weeks ago.

[Check this one out quickly, they'll probably take it down soon.]





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