Tagged With Surveillance

Google exec says Nest owners should probably warn their guests that their conversations are being recorded


Why a former CIA spy stops at every yellow light


ICE is reportedly using fake Facebook accounts to track undocumented immigrants and lure them into sting operations



Amazon may soon be able to track your phone’s location even if you don’t use any of its products or services


The new iPhone software update is already catching apps like Facebook being shady


Even in the cynical world of covert intelligence, Israel's apparent surveillance of the White House is considered a breathtaking violation



7 ways that 9/11 created a dystopian security landscape that Americans are still living in


American Airlines has launched facial recognition at the boarding gate, part of a trend sweeping US airports


Sydney is the 6th most surveilled city in the world – outside of China


Use this map to see if your local police department has access to Amazon Ring's unofficial surveillance network of video doorbells


One of the world's top-ranked airlines just confirmed it's tracking you from airport to plane


The US government is testing surveillance balloons that could track multiple vehicles from 65,000 feet



Amazon's home security firm Ring reportedly has partnerships with 200 US police departments and critics say it's dystopian


Amazon requires police departments to advertise Ring home security products to residents in return for free Ring cameras


Chinese officials are forcing tourists to install an invasive app that downloads their texts and scans their phones at the border of one of the most surveilled regions in the country


Amazon got clearance to build drones that can carry out surveillance on customers' homes between deliveries



The U-2 reconnaissance plane has been snooping all over the world for more than 60 years, but today's Dragon Lady is nothing like the past


Police departments across the US are using video doorbells from Amazon-owned Ring to create an unofficial surveillance network, a new report says


Attorney General William Barr: The FBI crossed 'a serious red line' by investigating Trump's campaign


These FBI documents claim Martin Luther King Jr. laughed as his friend raped a woman