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Popular chat app ToTok is actually a spying tool of UAE government - report |... - 0 views

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    "A chat app that quickly became popular in the United Arab Emirates for communicating with friends and family is actually a spying tool used by the government to track its users, according to a New York Times report."
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Pearson is Now Spying on Students During Standardized Testing ⋆ Ink, Bits, & ... - 0 views

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    "Luckily for the kid, it was only a single tweet. Had several students gotten together to form a study group, they might have been prosecuted for felony interference with a business model and gotten the death penalty. Do you suppose Pearson has hidden microphones set up around the schools so they can also listen in and see if students discuss the tests during lunch? I ask because that is basically the offline version of the student's infraction."
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Dutch IT contractor lays out the case for spying on everyone's wearables, always - Boin... - 0 views

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    "A promo video from Pinkroccade, a prominent IT contractor to Dutch local governments, makes the case for spying on wearables (if your heart-rate rises because you're about to be mugged, the police could be alerted, and get GPS from your phone, find nearby phones belonging to people with criminal records, check the view from your Google Glass, and respond -- case closed). "
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India Will Ask the U.S. Government for Help Spying on Its Citizens - 0 views

  • While governments in many countries, including India, have reacted with anger to this year’s revelations from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden that the United States spied on foreign officials, several have also been increasing Internet surveillance at home
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    "India has started using a system that allows security agencies and income tax officials to directly intercept phone calls and emails without any court or legislative oversight, Reuters reported this summer."
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