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McAfee’s Decentral gadget prevents from NSA’s spying agencies

John McAfee has announced plans to launch his new product called “Decentral”, which will prevents from government’s spying agencies.


The pioneer and founder of McAfee anti-virus, John McAfee announced the “Decentral” a device at C2SV Technology Conference + Music Festival at San Jose McEnery Convention Center. John McAfee speaks at”Fireside chat with John McAfee” in the conference during the talks, he revealed “Decentral” an Anti-NSA Spying Gadget.

The “Decentral”, a device prevents from NSA’s spying to Smartphone’s or tablets is not-built-yet. The device can create fluctuating and moving network that will prevent from government’s spy agencies spying Smartphone or Tablets.

The Decentral is an inexpensive gadget might costs less than $100. it will compatible with Android and iOS platform and expected to release it’s prototype and finished product within six month. “I cannot imagine one college student in the world who will not stand in line to get one,” said McAfee.

“There will be no way (for the government) to tell who you are or where you are,” McAfee told the enthusiastic crowd of software engineers. And what if the U.S Government bans the sale of McAfee’s miracle device, you may ask? “I’ll sell it in England, Japan, the Third World. This is coming and cannot be stopped.”

It is directly challenge to US government’s spying agencies as he is creating device which may affects the governments policies.

During the talks, asked what  if Decentral will used for criminal purpose, he said “It will of course be used for nefarious purposes, just like the telephone is.”


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