Selective Availability

Some articles on selective availability:

Geotrekking - History - Development
... for military use, and the signal available for civilian use was intentionally degraded (Selective Availability) ... This changed with President Bill Clinton ordering Selective Availability to be turned off at midnight May 1, 2000, improving the precision of civilian GPS from 100 meters (330 ft) to 20 ... The executive order signed in 1996 to turn off Selective Availability in 2000 was proposed by the US Secretary of Defense, William Perry, because of the ...
Selective Availability Anti-spoofing Module
... A Selective Availability Anti-spoofing Module (SAASM) is used by military Global Positioning System receivers to allow decryption of precision GPS coordinates, while the ... Directive instructing the discontinuation of Selective Availability, along with the directive that no future GPS programs will include selective availability, makes any changes to ...
Global Positioning System - History - Development
... for military use, and the signal available for civilian use was intentionally degraded (Selective Availability) ... This changed with President Bill Clinton ordering Selective Availability to be turned off at midnight May 1, 2000, improving the precision of civilian GPS from 100 meters (330 ft) to 20 meters (66 ft) ...

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    The selective memory isn’t selective enough.
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