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The ToTok app, which is allegedly a surveillance operation by the United Arab Emirates.

Top 50 Social App ToTok Outed As Spying Tool For United Arab Emirates; Apple And Google Delete It

Apple and Google have removed an app American officials call a spying tool for the United Arab Emirates from the App Store and Google Play. Called ToTok — no relation to TikTok — the app is a communications tool similar to WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger. ToTok has 7.9 million downloads between Google Play and the …

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Cameras for Business Security & Key Facts of Video Surveillance Systems

A Breakdown of Commercial Surveillance Camera Types   So I guess pulling it all together, this is a little bit of what you can expect from a video management software suite. It can support multiple different brains of cameras, access control integration. Let’s get back into camera options again. I’m just going to break this …

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The Increase in Drones Used for Border Surveillance

Drones are especially useful to law enforcement and immigration authorities because they’re versatile, undetectable, and relatively inexpensive, and they can link together data from multiple sources. “Companies that are developing these surveillance technologies, they are quite creative in terms of mixing and matching the technologies,” Yun says, noting, for example, that some drones are equipped …

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Lean not mean: A user-first framework for surveillance marketing

Duane Schulz speaking during his “Don’t Be Evil: A Framework for Lean Surveillance Marketing” at MarTech East in Boston on Sept. 18. Data collection is rising in the consumer consciousness. With privacy regulations coming into effect around the globe, and stories of data breaches and fines continually hitting the headlines, themes such as informed consent, …

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Surveillance contractor that violated rules by copying traveler images, license plates can continue to work with CBP

Those systems were later hacked, held for ransom and had their contents posted online, triggering an emergency response inside CBP and exposing confidential agreements, hardware schematics and other records the government has long sought to keep under wraps. Border officials did not learn of the cyberattack until three weeks after the breach was first discovered, …

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Ring Camera Surveillance Is Transforming Suburban Life

Across the United States, consumers are canvassing their communities with a new type of device that’s changing civic life. Camera-equipped doorbells and other home surveillance devices, made by companies like Ring, are documenting facets of suburban existence that once went unnoticed. For years, citizens have used smartphones to monitor their neighborhoods, especially instances of police …

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Live facial recognition surveillance ‘must stop’

Image copyright Getty Images UK police and companies must stop using live facial recognition for public surveillance, politicians and campaigners have said. The technology allows faces captured on CCTV to be checked in real time against watch lists, often compiled by police. Privacy campaigners say it is inaccurate, intrusive and infringes on an individual’s right …

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Real-Time Surveillance Will Test the British Tolerance for Cameras

CARDIFF, Wales — A few hours before a recent Wales-Ireland rugby match in Cardiff, amid throngs of fans dressed in team colors of red and green, and sidewalk merchants selling scarves and flags, police officers popped out of a white van. The officers stopped a man carrying a large Starbucks coffee, asked him a series …

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Military-Style Surveillance From the Air Is Often Legal

This is because the airspace over America falls into the same legal category as other public spaces, such as sidewalks, roads, parks, and beaches—and it isn’t illegal to take photographs of private property, or private citizens, from public space. As a result, we have no expectation of privacy from above. Even the most secretive organizations …

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Uyghur Muslims targeted by surveillance campaign affected not just iOS, but Android too

The malware campaign targeting the Uyghur Muslim minority in China’s autonomous region of Xinjiang may have been more extensive than previously thought. According to a new report published by Washington, DC-based cybersecurity firm Volexity, the community has been been at the receiving end of a large-scale surveillance operation via “strategically compromised websites” and mobile devices …

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Google and Amazon Smart Speakers Use “Surveillance” — Betaworks CEO

In an interview with Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer, top tech investor and Betaworks CEO, John Borthwick said that the information gathering by smart devices from the likes of Google and Amazon is “surveillance.” “From a consumer standpoint, user standpoint, is that these– these [smart] devices are being used for what’s– it’s hard to call …

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