Nice point about fairchild 3.0 and Turing. I think the best card to compare it to is public support. Like public support, it puts your opponent on a clock to get into the remote, and if they can't it gives you a big benefit. And if they do get in, they may open up a scoring window by depleting their resources. It has the downside of requiring corp clicks, but the upside of draining the runner's clicks as well, and a potentially much larger effect if the runner lets the clock tick down.