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Hidden camera and microphone found in RI police ceiling

The NBC 10 I-Team has learned there will be no criminal charges after a recording device was found in the ceiling of the Scituate Police Department. In February, a technician working for a computer company discovered a camera and active microphone attached to the ceiling of the department’s building on Tunk Hill Road. The discovery immediately... Read More »

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New kind of malware targets your cellphone, could steal personal information

For many years, we've been concerned about attacks on our computers. But the bad guys are now going after our phones, which contain a lot of our personal information. Spyware called Exodus has been discovered by security experts in Europe. Once Exodus is installed, it can access a cellphone's contacts, photos, videos and location. It can also be... Read More »

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Should we be searching for hidden spy cameras in Airbnbs?

Airbnbs have changed the way we vacation, offering accommodation that adds a whole new dimension to travel. Sometimes that extra dimension is delightful -- a unique place to crash in a cool neighborhood, or the chance to experience life like a local. But lately, there have been a few incidents where the extra dimension is downright creepy. In the... Read More »

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Government spyware hidden in Google Play store apps

We’ve seen malicious government cyberweapons leaked out of the National Security Agency (NSA) and injected via ransomware, but security researchers recently found government spyware squatting in plain sight, pretending to be harmless vanilla apps on Google’s Play store. This time around, the malware doesn’t come from the NSA. Rather, it alegedly... Read More »

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How to Tell If Your Partner is Spying on Your Phone

"Stalkerware" apps let abusers monitor their partner's phones and track their locations—without them knowing. When you think of “stalkerware,” what comes to mind is probably a spy-movie hacker planting chips on shoes or placing tiny video cameras on flies that hover around their targets. In reality, however, the stalkerware industry is much more... Read More »

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Hidden Nanny Cam Footage Allowed As Evidence In Trial

Pennsylvania Superior Court determined last week that video images can be used in the trial for a nanny accused of shoving and striking a child. The appellate court also ruled that audio must be omitted from the recording of Beth Ann Mason, who was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and endangering the welfare of a child.... Superior... Read More »

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Maryland firefighter convicted of surreptitiously hiding a camera and listening device inside meeting room

A former firefighter received a suspended jail sentence and was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine after secretly recording a fire department meeting. The conviction stems from an investigation conducted by the Queen Anne’s County State’s Attorney’s Office into the planting of electronic recording devices inside the Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department.... Read More »

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If the Government Had Its Way, Everything Could be Wiretapped

Just how much are the police entitled to know about us.... Twenty years ago, we had a lot more privacy than we do today. Conversations vanished into the air as the very words were spoken. Only a time traveler could turn back the clock to learn whether we’d been at the scene of a robbery, a mosque, or an abortion clinic on any particular date — or who... Read More »

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Rhode Island Man Pleads Guilty To Tracking His Ex-Girlfriend Via GPS

A North Providence man admitted Wednesday to plotting to track his ex-girlfriend by placing a GPS monitoring device on her car in January 2018. John Mitchell, 33, of Smith Street; and his accomplice, Leah Stoddard, 38, of 68 Beach Point Drive, East Providence, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor conspiracy and installing a tracking device without the... Read More »

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Can Immigration Listen To Your Phone?

Can immigration listen to your phone? In an effort to detect any lies or any breaches of immigration laws, can the officers wiretap your phone and listen in without your consent? We take a look at the rules governing wiretaps and the possibility of immigration wiretapping your phone. Amidst the heightened vigilance by the government against illegal... Read More »

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