Wikileaks is at it again. This time, the allegations are about a CIA cyberweapon and hacking into smart TV's. So, two questions: 1. How much data are they collecting from smart TV's, assuming the reports are correct? Converting voice to text and then searching for key words seems like a pretty remarkable use of technology, but, depending on what the key words are, I can see this becoming a tremendous amount of data to sift through, or else, if keyed in on more specific words, maybe this would filter too much and thus render itself useless. Either way, I really don't see how it could be perfectly tuned to be useful at all. 2. If wikileaks does have the code to some sort of world-domination-level cyberweapon lifted off of the CIA, well, then, ...., I mean, even if that cat is out of one bag and into another, there's a good chance that technology will fall into the wrong hands. I guess the same could be said for the nuclear bomb... but at least the enriched uranium/plutonium is difficult to come by. Information can be spread more easily, because it's one thing that you can give to someone else without losing it yourself. In the most extreme case, could we be inevitably headed for something akin to what Y2K had been feared to be?!