Starting January 2017, Singapore's government will begin collecting iris images from citizens and permanent residents when they register or re-register for a new National Identity Registration Card or passport, according to the Ministry of Home Aff
(NaturalNews) The British government's mass surveillance powers have been severely undermined by The European Union's top court. The new ruling could constrain police and spy agency investigations.
In a wide-ranging request for documents and analysis, President-elect Donald Trump's transition team asked the Department of Homeland Security last month to assess all assets available for border wall and barrier construction.
Rick Falkvinge, founder of the original pirate party and head of privacy at PrivateInternetAccess.com, joins us to discuss his recent article, "Today, the FBI becomes the enemy of every computer user and every IT security professional worldwide." W
Necessity is the mother of invention, and a creative inventor has found a way to completely thwart iris scanning by CCTV cameras during low-light conditions. Expect other 'resistance' items to appear in the future. ? TN Editor
The Amazon Echo hands-free voice-activated speaker could figure in an Arkansas murder investigation -- and remind people that their internet-connected gadgets constantly collect information about their private lives.
Amazon's Echo built upon the voice search capability of Android's 'Ok Google' and Apple's Siri and turned it into a device that is capable of doing everything from answering questions to turning on your on your air conditioner. However, lik
Amazon refusing to turn over Echo digital assistant voice recordings in murder investigation.
Fingerprint biometrics ease stadium lines for select fans Teams use data to boost revenue, triggering privacy concerns
Why does the CIA have a venture capital company that invests in private technology? To get the latest and greatest surveillance technology with a built-in laboratory. Technocrats seek all data about all citizens. ? TN Editor
The end of the year is approaching, and data concerning government abuses of power has begun pouring in.
The company declined to do so, but the case raises bigger questions about IoT privacy.
Continuing in the tradition of sacrificing everyone's privacy to pursue a 'war' on the tactic of terrorism, the U.S. government has begun requesting social media identities from foreign travelers.
Law enforcement agencies in dozens of cities and states have suitcase-sized surveillance tools that simulate cellphone towers such as this one and can track individual cellphones.
(NaturalNews) The Information and Technology Age is exciting for all the helpful changes it has delivered to consumers to make our lives much easier. But with it has come something terrible: The loss of privacy and the ability for Big Brother to keep
and leak personal data on the dark web. Christmas gift guide favourites like Fitbit, Jawbone, Misfit, Samsung Gear and Apple trackers come with a safety and security warning, according to the experts
Though the bill only targets those with conditions such as Alzheimers and autism, critics say the bill's passage will open a "pandora's box" of invasive government surveillance.
Androidcentral.com is thrilled that Google's new Trust Contacts app is going to make everyone "safe" by giving your friends and family, or anyone who requests the info, your location at any time. You can say no, but if you don't respond, the
Measure intended to protect people with disabilities who have wandered away
Unfairly or not, most people think of marijuana as an illegal drug that thrives on the black market.
Digital slavery and Scientific Dictatorship are straight ahead for all of China, which has been moving toward Technocracy for at least 25 years. Punishment for non-compliance will be instant, irrevocable and non-transparent. Much of the technology b
He said no more warrantless wiring tapping. He said he'd investigate and end criminal activities that had occurred under the prior administration…. And we all put a lot of hope in him because of this. Not just people in [the United States]…but
Attorney general, CIA picks oppose Apple, Google on spying New rule in effect Dec. 1 gives FBI greater hacking authority
He's called for a 'fundamental upgrade' to U.S. spying powers.
For years, in almost complete secrecy, cops and feds in the United States--and elsewhere--have been using powerful devices called Stingrays, cell site simulators, or IMSI catchers to track and spy on cell phones.
As the looming specter of a Donald Trump presidency continues to terrify minority groups throughout the United States, one industry is greeting the new administration with open arms.
WASHINGTON -- For about $50, you can get a smartphone with a high-definition display, fast data service and, according to security contractors, a secret feature: a backdoor that sends all your text messages to China every 72 hours.
While most eyes are focused on the presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, three major events prove how widespread, and dangerous, mass surveillance has become in the West.
France's government last week announced the creation of a highly controversial new database that will collect and store personal information on nearly everyone living in the country who holds a French identity card or passport.
While most eyes are focused on the presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, three major events prove how widespread, and dangerous, mass surveillance has become in the west.