QA03 «QA On Facial Recognition,» ACLU Web feature on face-recognition technology, 2003,

RA03 «Trusted Computing Frequently Asked Questions – TC / TCG / LaGrande / NGSCB / Longhorn / Palladium / TCP A» by Ross Anderson, Version 1.1 (August 2003),

RA94 «Subject: A5», Ross Anderson, posting to Newsgroups: sci.crypt,; 17 Jun, 1994,

RA96 «The Eternity Service,» by Ross J. Anderson, in Proceedings of Pragocrypt 96,

RB98 «And there are it nevertheless, the movement profiles,» by Niklaus Ramseyer and Denis Von Burg, SonntagsZeitung Online, July 12, 1998. English translation: http://jya. com/gsm-scandal.htm

RC03 «Banned BBC film up for sale on internet,» by Rob Crilly, Glasgow Herald, 26 August 2003,

REOO «Pentagon launches ‘smart card’ ID – New badges will serve as passport to electronic world,» by Reuters, Oct. 11, 2000,

RE02 «Microsoft says Windows 2000 passes security check, gets Level 4 Common Criteria OK», Reuters, October 30, 2002, computer-security/2002-10-30-windows-secure_x.htm

RE03 «Microsoft Large Army Software Contract», Reuters, June 25, 2003.

RF03 «Michelin Embeds RFK» Tags in Tires,» RFID Journal News, Jan 17, 2003, http://www.rfidj ournal. com/article/articleview/269/1 /1 /

RH03 «On Election Day 2004, How Will You Know If Your Vote Is Properly Counted? – Answer: You Won’t». Representative Rush Holt (Democrat, New Jersey). May 22, 2003,

RJ03 «Bad publicity, clashes trigger MS Palladium name change», The Register, 27 January 2003,

RL03 «VeriSign tapped to secure Internet voting» by Robert Lemos,, 30 Sept 2003,

RM03 Rumsfeld, Myers Pentagon Briefing, April 3, 2003, pol/terror/texts/03040408.htm

RN03 «Bush OKs Global Crossing sale to STT,» Reuters, Sep 19, 2003, http://money.cnn. com/2003/09/19/news/international/global_crossing.reut/index.htm

RO02 «U.S. Hopes to Check Computers Globally,» by Robert OHarrow Jr., The Washington Post, 12 Nov 2002, A40942-2002Novll.html

RO99 «Airborne Remotely Operated Device (1982—1988),» ROBOTICS at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego, 10 December 1999, http://www.spawar.

RP01 «Ping service can test mobile phone availability», Rick Perera, 21 November, 2001,

RR02 «Partitioning Attacks: Or How to Rapidly Clone Some GSM Cards,» by Josyula R. Rao, Pankaj Rohatgi, Helmut Scherzer, Stephane Tinguely, 2002 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, May 12 – 15, 2002 Berkeley, http://www.research.

RR03 «Risk Assessment Report: Diebold AccuVote-TS Voting System and Processes (Redacted Final)», SAIC-6099-2003-261, Sep 2, 2003, http://www.dbm.maryland. gov/dbm_search/technology/toc_voting_system_report/votingsystemreportfinal.pdf

RS01 «Rental driver finds Big Brother over shoulder,» by Richard Stenger, CNN News, 22 June 2001,

RS02 «Face Scanning at Airports: Ready for Prime Time?» by Richard M. Smith, Biometrics Presentation, 2002, presentation

RS98 «Radio Sweden on Mobile Phone Tapping», Feb 1999, mail/cypherpunks/feb99/msg00306.html

RWOO «U.S. spying pays off for business,» by Robert Windrem, NBC News online, 15 April 2000,

SA02 «Optical Fault Induction Attacks,» by Sergei P. Skorobogatov, Ross J. Anderson; Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems Workshop (CHES-2002), San Francisco, CA, USA, 13—15 August 2002;

SCOO «When The Best Must Do Even Better,» the text of NASA Administrator Dan Goldin’s speech before JPL, March 29, 2000, goldin_speech_000329.html

SC01 «Sikorsky CYPHER П UAV Conducts First Flight», Press Release, July 5, 2001,

SC03 «TIA Is Dead – Long Live TIA» by Steven M. Cherry, IEEE Spectrum Online, Nov 2003, 103ntia.html

SC96 «Semiconductor Cubing,» NASA Spinoff Technologies Homepage, 1996,

SC98 Press release of Smartcard Developer Association, 13 Apr 1998, http://www.scard. org/gsm/

SG03 «CIA exhibits spy gadgets with Bond edge» by Reuters, October 28, 2003,

SI03 «Radio tracking devices set to boom,» by Swisslnfo, September 13, 2003,

KI01 «Identifying terrorists before they strike by using computerized knowledge assessment (CKA),» by Steve Kirsch, Version 2, October 07, 2001,

SK01 «Echelon Panel Calls It a Day,» by Steve Kettmann, Wired News, June 21, 2001, http://www.wired.eom/news/politics/0,1283,44721,00.html

SL01 «Thirty countries sign cybercrime treaty,» by Sarah Left, Guardian, November 23, 2001,,7369,604964,00.html

SL02 «Where piracy and profits converge» by Bob Sullivan, MSNBC, May 30, 2002,

SL03 «She Was Fighting to the Death, Details Emerging of W. Va. Soldier’s Capture and Rescue,» by Susan Schmidt and Vernon Loeb, Washington Post, April 3, 2003;

SM03 «A Very American Coup,» by SCOOP New Zealand, 2002—2003 mason/features/?s=usacoup

SO03 «Microsoft plans new PC fortifications,» news, 9 October 2003,

SP03 «Divvying up the Iraq Pie,» by Stephen Pizzo,, Independent Media Institute, October 7,2003,

SQ02 «On a New Way to Read Data from Memory,» by David Samyde, Sergei Skoroboga-tov, Ross Anderson, Jean-Jacques Quisquater; First International IEEE Security in Storage Worbhop, 11 December 2002, Greenbelt Marriott, Maryland, USA.

SR03 «Special Report: Attack on the 507th Maintenance Company, 23 March 2003, An Nasiriyah, Iraq», U.S. Army Public Affairs Office, July 17, 2003,

SS03 «Uncle Sam keeps SAIC on call for top tasks,» by Scott Shane, The Baltimore Sun, October 26,2003,,0,1485260.story

ST03 «IBM details Blue Gene supercomputer», by Stephen Shankland,, May 8,2003,

SS94 «Cryptanalysis of the GSM A5 Cipher Algorithm», by Simon J. Shepherd, IEE Colloquium on Security and Cryptography Applications to Radio Systems, Digest No. 1994/141, Savoy Place, London, 3 June 1994

ST02 «Startup Profiles: Aspex Technology,» Semiconductor Times, February 2002, Vol 7 Issue 2,

SUOO «EU pact criminalizing security research?» By Bob Sullivan, MSNBC, October 25, 2000,,4586,2644958,00.html