Oh! The irony ...
I find it hilarious that a card talking about "lazy sysops" not properly checking their work, has the exact same artwork as a card which mentions making a duplicate of yourself to save doing twice the work.
..omg D: — metricsix
Or maybe that's the point. It's a meta-meta joke.... — pang4
They also credited different artists on each card. — Goeshi
Can't believe this was done on purpose. First the careless, gimmicky wording, then art duplicates... At this rate, the next data pack will be printed on cardboard. Or toilet paper. — H0tl1ne
Can somebody who actually has the TD box and Daedalus Complex confirm that art is indeed mixed? Because it is possible that this art (which is pulled from FFG site, IIRC) is a result of some mixup on FFG's side. I don't think they would be that careless? — Gargulec
As someone pointed out over on /r/netrunner, the artist credited on Bio-Modeled Network is Marius Siergiejew, an artist in Poland whose style looks nothing like the art on the card. The credited artist on this card, Biometric Spoofing, is Jarreau Wimberly, a US-based artist whose style matches. This suggests that Bio-Modeled Network, not Biometric Spoofing, is the misprinted card. — StaticSky
@Gargulec. It's mixed up on the printed cards too. I have both sets. — Goeshi
So you followed the datatrail and found an artist in Poland, but did bother to look deeper, hm? Let's just roll with the idea that it was a very elaborate meta joke from FFG and be happy about it ;) — Infectiou
Oh wow, I didn't even notice this. That's hilarious, given how often Fantasy Flight reused art in general. But to think they reused the art on another Runner card, I think that's a first. — sekoku
The Nisei Organization could reuse art like FFG did to dramatically cut down on costs and time lag. — Apex Predator