McAfee Founder Plans On Building $100 Gadget To Bypass NSA Snooping

John_McAfeeJohn McAfee, founder of antivirus software company McAfee, says he wants to build a gadget that will create small decentralized networks that the government can not access, and the National Security Agency will not be able to snoop on.

Mr. McAfee says work on the gadget, dubbed D-Central, has intensified recently, and he has been planning the device for a few years.

Here is the official website for D-Central, with a countdown clock that has 173 days and some hours left.

[Image courtesy: John McAfee]


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