In St. Louis, it feels like the police are always watching. Since the launch of its “Real Time Crime Center” in 2015, the city’s embrace of surveillance technologies has often felt like a runaway train.
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Police officer also advertised a system to track the location of buyers' gang rivals or spouses based on the telephone numbers.
IBM developed NYPD surveillance tools that let cops pick targets based on skin color
The mobile-payment app is an effective tool for aspiring detectives and would-be psychologists.
Sources reveal a hidden spy center in Tokyo and an internet surveillance program that sweeps up data from satellites.
A source for a Wired profile on Facebook made a reporter turn off his phone so Facebook couldn't track them.
The government recently revealed for the first time that federal agents maintained an open investigation of our client, Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras, for six years despite never finding any evidence that she committed a crime or was a threat to ...
Far from the booming metropolis of Beijing, China is building a sprawling system that combines dystopian technology and human policing. “It’s a kind of frontline laboratory for surveillance.”
Trial of Muhammad Rabbani is set to start on Monday over the British government's use of Schedule 7 anti-terror powers against him.
Personal data is to the tech world what oil is to the fossil fuel industry. That’s why companies like Amazon and Facebook plan to dig deeper than we ever imagined
From a base known as Pine Gap, the NSA has been locating and monitoring cellphone users thousands of miles away.
China forces Xinjiang Uyghurs to install mobile spyware, enforces with stop-and-frisk
De start-up Kivu ontwikkelt software die politie en veiligheidsdiensten helpt bij het opsporen van mensen die aanslagen willen plegen. „Twee jihadi’s in je netwerk kan per ongeluk voorkomen, bij twintig is het geen toeval meer.”
A new exhibition in New York puts the surveillance state on display
The ACLU is dedicated to fighting the rise of a surveillance society. We represent Americans who don’t want to live in a world where our every movement, our every association, our every purchase, and our every communication is tracked and recorded. That is no way for a free people to live. Nevertheless, despite our best efforts, we now live in a society where our activities increasingly leave behind “data trails” of various kinds, with highly inadequate protections for our privacy.
How a small company in Thailand came to dominate the shady market of consumer spyware.
Lawsuit alleges Bose's headphone app exfiltrates your listening habits to creepy data-miners
De Europese Unie subsidieert het ontwikkelen van surveillancetechnologie. Dit verhaal over het Deense softwarebedrijf D4Tec laat zien dat Europa geen controle heeft over wat daar vervolgens mee gebeurt. Het bedrijf, en dus de surveillancesoftware, kwam in handen van een eigenaar met banden met de Verenigde Arabische Emiraten, waar geregeld mensen worden opgepakt als ze kritisch zijn op sociale media.
Americans are offering up more and more personal data at work — and it's about to get much harder to opt out
Defenders of the surveillance state have long peddled a blatant falsehood about the NSA’s domestic spying.
It has taken all of us to build the web we have, and now it is up to all of us to build the web we want – for everyone
China's private data-brokers will sell you full dossiers on anyone in the country
Spoorwegmaatschappij NMBS gaat vanaf eind volgend jaar een drieduizendtal bewakingscamera's plaatsen in de nieuwste treintoestellen. De reizigers zullen er constant gefilmd worden en de beelden zulle
The normalization of privacy violation
The NSA has operated a top-secret surveillance program out of an iconic AT&T building in Manhattan, documents indicate.
Each weekend we round up the security news that we didn’t break or cover in depth. This week, that news---like most all news---is about President-Elect Trump.
A new “field guide” by Ingrid Burrington makes visible the infrastructure of surveillance in New York, and explains the money and politics behind it.
Internal Endace documents reveal the firm’s key role helping governments harvest vast amounts of data on private emails, chats, and browsing histories.
Israel’s cyberwarriors are taking their skills to the private surveillance industry and selling to governments that want to spy on their own citizens.
The city of Baltimore has all the ingredients to make the perfect modern panopticon.
The NSA is researching opportunities to collect foreign intelligence — including from internet-connected biomedical devices like pacemakers.
A famous boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier provided a distraction that helped a group of antiwar activists break into an FBI office in Pennsylvania and steal files about domestic spying.