New Report: NSA Using Secret Technology to Access Offline Computers
A new report from the New York Times claims the NSA is using secret technology to access 100,000 computers worldwide, even when they're offline.
The technology "relies on a covert channel of radio waves that can be transmitted from tiny circuit boards and USB cards inserted surreptitiously into the computers," the report states.
It's being used to combat foreign cyberattacks, specifically by the Chinese military.
The report comes just days before President Obama's planned speech in which he's expected to announce new guidelines on NSA data collection.
Watch the full report, including the NSA's response, from Peter Doocy.
Judge Andrew Napolitano was on Shepard Smith Reporting this afternoon to discuss the report. Watch the video below.