Tag Archives: Surveilance
The big problem with drones is they look like, well, drones. It makes them easy to spot, and easy to target. The Army has a solution to this problem: make them look like birds.
If you don’t like to broadcast your whereabouts, you’ve likely got it under control: No Foursquare for you, no “adding to your Photo Map” on Instagram. You’re good, right? Maybe. Or you could be inadvertently telling the world your location … Continue reading
Sure, it took an extra year or so, but Northrop Grumman has finally penciled in the first flight of the giant surveillance airship it’s building for the U.S. Army. The Long Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle — a football-field-size, helium-filled robot blimp fitted with … Continue reading
More than half a decade after Swedish police officers first raided The Pirate Bay, there is talk that a second police raid against the world’s most famous torrent site is in the planning.
Using an inexpensive phone and open source software, the researchers were able to track the location of cell phone users without their knowledge on the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network, the predominant worldwide network.
On Monday the Supreme Court Ruled, unanimously to restricted law enforcement’s use of use GPS device’s to track suspects. A warrant must first be obtained to use this method of survelliance. This being the first test of privacy rights in … Continue reading
Cyber security firm Alien Vault, has discovered a computer virus that is using service members’ network security cards to hack into government networks.
Supreme Court Sees Shades of 1984 in Unchecked GPS Tracking | Wired.com. UPDATE: Wired.com has been continuing to follow this importand matter and released an article today. Busted! Two New Fed GPS Trackers have been found on SUV |Wired.com. Below … Continue reading
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AMD touts new low-cost desktop chipset, calls Intel’s a “dead-end” http://wp.me/p3wmuX-1hW
Gonna wait for them to shake a few bugs outta this and check the security first I think.