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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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Man who videotaped women with hidden iPhone in university bathrooms pleads guilty

The former West Chester University theater major charged with hiding his cellphone in bathrooms in several locations, including one at the school’s performing arts center, to record women in various stages of undress has pleaded guilty to committing the crimes..... A WCU officer was able to take the man, later identified as Yannuzzi by his student ID,... Read More »

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Ex-airman sued for planting camera in women’s locker room at Massachusetts Air Guard base

A woman has filed a civil suit against a former member of the 104th Fighter Wing of the Air National Guard, saying she has suffered emotional distress and "a diminished capacity to enjoy life" in the years since he used a hidden camera at Barnes Air National Guard Base to record explicit images of her. Former Tech Sgt. Jason Venne, 37, pleaded guilty in... Read More »

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Motion-Sensor-Activated Camera in Bedroom and Illegal Wiretapping Lead to Cyberstalking Conviction

According to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, in December 2017, the principal of a public school district in Broken Bow reported to the FBI that someone was sending persistent and escalating threats of violence to a teacher working for the school district. The person issuing the threats was at times impersonating other teachers in the... Read More »

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How to tell if someone is bugging or tracking you

As amazing as most modern technology is, we can't ignore the fact that some people don't always use it with the best intentions. In fact, some essential pieces of tech that we use every day -- like cameras and GPS -- have led to an ecosystem of so-called "stalkerware" for criminals and creeps to take advantage of. "Stalkerware," at its core, is just... Read More »

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Forget Panic Rooms and Alarms, State-of-the-Art Security Is Now Insanely High-Tech: Nearly Invisible Stone walls and steel gates no longer cut it

When German entrepreneur Daniel Giersch finalized his contentious divorce from American actress Kelly Rutherford, gaining custody of the couple’s two young children in 2009, he built a fortress to protect them. His sprawling 11,000-square-foot complex in the South of France includes high stone walls, reinforced steel gates, even a warren of secret escape... Read More »

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With a single wiretap, police collected 9.2 million text messages

For four months in 2018, authorities in Texas collected more than 9.2 million messages under a single court-authorized wiretap order, newly released figures show. The wiretap, granted by a federal judge in the Southern District of Texas, was granted as part of a narcotics investigation and became the federal wiretap with the most intercepts in 2018,... Read More »

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