These Hidden USB Drives Stuck In Walls All Over The World Hold Secret Files
Berlin based media artist, Aram Bartholl began 'Dead Drops' as an anonymous file-sharing space for the public around the world. Random USB flash drives were put into walls, buildings and curbs to be accessed by anyone. The first five Dead Drops appeared in NYC back in 2010. They're hardly noticeable and have now popped up all over the world from Paris to Italy and even Vietnam. You can even request a dead drop in your own city just by following the instructions from the Dead Drops website. The trick is to go through the Dead Drop to see what interesting files