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NJ Transit is now recording passengers’ audio for ‘security reasons’

NJ Transit is now recording passengers’ audio for ‘security reasons’ Those of us from a big city that have to take public transportation every day have more or less accepted the unspoken contract that buying a ticket to ride entails.Now, New Jersey Transit is verbalizing one aspect of that unspoken contract: your privacy is being thrown onto the tracks like all those empty soda bottles you stare at while waiting for the train to arrive.

The ultimate guide to staying anonymous and protecting your privacy online

The ultimate guide to staying anonymous and protecting your privacy online It uses a vast network of computers to route your Web traffic through a number of encrypted layers to obscure the origin of the traffic.If the results show the third-party DNS service you’re using (like TorGuard), you’re set.

InternetNZ calls out Govt's Intelligence and Security Bill

InternetNZ calls out Govt's Intelligence and Security Bill Called the Independent Review of Intelligence and Security, Cullen and Reddy reviewed the NZ Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS) and Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), sought public submissions and reported back to the Government on 9 March 2016.The Independent Reviewers of Intelligence and Security released their report on New Zealand’s intelligence agencies, titled Intelligence and Security in a Free Society, in March this year.

Leaked manuals confirm Stingrays can be used for mass surveillance, bypassing smartphone security

Leaked manuals confirm Stingrays can be used for mass surveillance, bypassing smartphone security Nearly four years ago, the Electronic Privacy Information Center released FBI documents discussing a controversial surveillance technique.Both federal and local authorities often have access to cell phone surveillance hardware, dubbed Stingrays (Harris Corp.

Crazy, How do nature do that

Crazy, How do nature do that Hey GuysI'm looking for that one webm with the Scene From SVTFOE where Marco asks Star: "Since When do you know a Spying spell" and then the jojo music starts and To be continuend comes to the screen.It was posted here like 3 days ago but I can't find it.

NSA Financial Spying Tools Released

NSA Financial Spying Tools Released It’s now feared that one of the world’s most secure methods of making payment orders has been irrevocably compromised with the NSA’s sophisticated arsenal of hacking tools now freely available online.Last week, the Shadow Brokers protested Donald Trump’s involvement in Syria when they released a password that unlocked a trove of NSA exploits.

Bose accused of spying on end users, data mining their private records via headphone app

Bose accused of spying on end users, data mining their private records via headphone app According to plaintiff Kyle Zak, the spying began when Bose released a mandatory Bose Connect application that all users must install to “fully operate its wireless products.” What Bose didn’t draw much attention to, according to the suit, is that Bose Connect collects data on all the musical content or audio books that you listen to on its headphones.

Your headphones aren't spying on you, but your apps are. Here's why.

Your headphones aren't spying on you, but your apps are. Here's why. Lawyers in the US are claiming that headphone and speaker company Bose, is secretly collecting information about what users listen to when they use its bluetooth wireless headphones.The app allows customers to interact with the headphones, updating software and also managing which device is connected at any time with the headphones.

Amazon's New Echo Look Puts a Camera, Microphone in Your Bedroom

Amazon's New Echo Look Puts a Camera, Microphone in Your Bedroom This new product, dubbed the Echo Look, is being billed as a personal style guide for taking snapshots of your daily fashion.With Echo Look, you can take full-length photos of your daily look using just your voice.

The NSA's massive surveillance operation is now just a little less massive

The NSA's massive surveillance operation is now just a little less massive The NSA's spying program is still vast, but it's now a touch more restricted.This, as the New York Times reported Friday, is a significant rollback of a surveillance program that privacy advocates have railed against since a series of NSA spying programs and mechanisms were revealed in 2013.