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Cops put GPS tracker on man’s car, charge him with theft for removing it

Back in 2012, the US Supreme Court ruled that it's illegal for the police to attach a GPS tracking device to someone's car without a warrant. But what if you find a GPS tracking device on your car? Can you remove it? A little more than a year ago, the state of Indiana charged a suspected drug dealer with theft for removing a government-owned GPS tracking... Read More »

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Android And iOS App Stores Hide Prolific Government Spyware

BlackBerry has not pulled any punches in publishing a heavyweight report into the “prolific and pervasive” government spyware it says is being spread far and wide by the official Android and iOS app stores. Setting out to paint the “big picture” on mobile malware, BlackBerry’s Cylance research team has collated examples.... Read Full Article... Read More »

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Privacy intrusion used a simple WhatsApp call to embed spyware on phones

WhatsApp sued the Israeli cybersurveillance firm NSO Group this week over the way spying technology had been used on its messaging service. NSO Group’s tools were used to spy on more than 1,400 people, including journalists and human-rights activists, from 20 countries, the lawsuit claims. The privacy intrusions used a WhatsApp call to embed spyware on... Read More »

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Can My Roommate Put Video Surveillance Cameras In Our House?

I live in a four-bedroom house with three other roommates. Since they have moved in they have been a nightmare to live with. They moved all the furniture out and since that point in time installed security cameras in.... Read Full Article... Read More »

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Miami Police Want to Spend $70K on Powerful Phone-Spying Software

In February, New Times reported that the Miami-Dade Police Department wanted to renew its long-standing contract with the Nebraska company PenLink, which sells extremely powerful cell-phone-tracking technology to local cops. At the time, information about the sort of tech MDPD was using to surveil its citizens was fairly sparse, especially because... Read More »

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Google Issues Urgent Alert About NSO Spying on Older Android Phones

Google has issued a security alert, warning millions of Android phone users about a vulnerability that the NSO Group is already exploiting. The NSO Group is the notorious Israeli tech firm that produces surveillance tools, targeting iOS and Android devices. These sophisticated spyware tools exploit zero-day flaws that are undisclosed and unreported,... Read More »

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Spy Warning: All Your Photos, Conversations, Everything Could Be Going to China

It’s easier than ever for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to spy on you, your contacts, and all of your activity. If you thought that uninstalling a few controversial apps may solve the problem, think again. More than 70 percent of the world’s cellphones are made in China, per a 2015 report in The Economist. Most notorious are Huawei and ZTE... Read More »

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U.S. Department of Justice Asks Facebook Not to Implement End-to-End Encryption

The Department of Justice published an open letter to Facebook from international law enforcement partners from the United States, United Kingdom and Australia in response to the company’s publicly announced plans to implement end-to-end-encryption across its messaging services.... Addressed to Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, the letter requests... Read More »

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Prince Harry To Sue UK Newspapers for Wiretapping His Phone

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex has begun a legal process against the owners of The Sun, Daily Mirror and non-existing News of the World due to the anticipated phone-hacking. This was reported by the BBC. "We confirm that a claim has been issued by the Duke of Sussex," a spokeswoman for News Group Newspapers (NGN) - the publishers of the Sun and the... Read More »

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Attackers make use of ‘Simjacker’ flaw to spy on users

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a crucial vulnerability in SIM cards that can be used by the ‘bad actors’ to compromise mobile phones and spy on their activity by simply sending them an SMS. Dublin-based firm AdaptiveMobile Security named the flaw ‘SimJacker’ and claimed that a spyware vendor has exploited the same flaw for more than... Read More »

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