Spying is now a game the whole family can play


Spying is now a game the whole family can play

Computer Weekly Staff

Downtime was amused to learn this week that GCHQ, Britain's home for eavesdropping spies, is placing recruitment ads in computer games such as Splinter Cell, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Rainbow Six: Vegas. Talk about life imitating art, and coming off second.

Still, as a long-term believer in the maxim that people learn more from play than from work, Downtime has only one question: if we sign up through Splinter Cell, do we get extra powers?

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