While sitting before the Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees earlier this year to answer questions about his company’s alleged involvement in illegal spying and tracking of users, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked something along the lines of: do you have the ability to basically “listen” to what your users do outside of the social media platform?
Newly leaked documents indicate the intelligence agency developed implants for devices from 10 different manufacturers.
The CIA has been targeting wireless routers since 2012, according to newly leaked confidential documents.
The CIA has been hacking home, office and public wireless routers for years in an effort to carry out clandestine surveillance, according to classified documents seen by CNET sister site ZDNet.
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A new report published in the latest edition of the American Journal of Modern Physics has revealed a startling finding – a newly developed telescope with concave lenses has observed, for the first time,
According to The Next Web website, Jaguar Land Rover automaker is developing vehicle-borne technology that will automatically report the presence of potholes to government authorities. The website further reports that its cars will be able to identify any potholes encountered and then share the data in real time with road maintenance officials and other vehicles.
It turns out that Orwell's premonitions were a lot more realistic than even he likely imagined.
By Heyes:NaturalNews) No question, we live in a "wired" world, but increasingly, we also live in a world where, no matter where we go, we are tracked -- either through our vehicle, our cell phone or by some form of direct surveillance. In addition, our personal privacy is at risk of becoming a quaint anachronism, thanks to the Technological Age, unless or until lawmakers and President Obama step up and begin enforcing the Fourth Amendment.