Plug-and-play wireless security cameras are cheap as chips these days. Unfortunately, many are made by companies that care very little about security… so why not build your own with a Raspberry Pi? Sure, […]
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One of the big reasons people are afraid of letting surveillance technology get out of hand is that we all know that someone, somewhere is going to use it improperly. Whether it’s a […]
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The FBI is working on software that will track and link people based on the tattoos they choose to ink on their skin. This is different from the current method they have in place, […]
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The Philadelphia Police have come up with a clever new plan to hide their surveillance vehicles in plain site. They’re trying to convince people that they’re actually Google Maps cars. To more critical […]
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The population of China is under constant scrutiny by its communist government. This is a government that wants everyone to conform and will not stand for any kind of dissent. This is why […]
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The drones are coming, and they’re going to be doing more than delivering your latest Amazon purchase. They’re also going to make sure you’re not poking around somewhere you shouldn’t be. Japanese security […]
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This roly-poly, bug-eyed robot may soon be pressed into military service. And although it might look a little goofy, American Unmanned Systems’ GuardBot is built to tackle serious surveillance tasks. This two-foot-wide model […]
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What do Iraqi insurgents and U.S. citizens have in common? Both have been targeted by aerial spying programs that use fake cell towers. It’s been going on since 2007. A report from The […]
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If your local police department offered you a piece of free software claiming it helps protect your kids online, that should be a good thing. In reality, saying ComputerCOP is safety software is […]
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A new anti-surveillance mask puts its creator's face on anyone in an attempt to frustrate the watchers and make a point about global intelligence practices.
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The military's newest backpack drone steals flight strategies from the dragonfly to make flight more accessible than ever before.
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New technology undergoing testing in London could free up precious drive-time in one of the world's most congested cities -- and soon after in yours.
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