Tag: iPhone

Futurology: Internet of Things and the NSA

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The Internet was clearly expanding beyond the computer in 2004, even three years before the launch of the Apple iPhone in 2007, so many technologists saw the possibility for every day devices to become surveillance tools for businesses and governments.

Chinese officials fear Apple products may be tools for U.S. espionage

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BEIJING – Edward Snowden might not be such a popular figure among Chinese officials any more, after it emerged this week that government money won’t be spent on iPads or MacBooks any more because of concerns about U.S. spying. Snowden’s

How the NSA Could Bug Your Powered-Off Phone, and How to Stop Them

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Just because you turned off your phone doesn’t mean the NSA isn’t using it to spy on you. Edward Snowden’s latest revelation about the NSA’s snooping inspired an extra dose of shock and disbelief when he said the agency’s hackers

No, you can’t remotely turn on phones

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In the NBC interview, Snowden confirms that the NSA can remotely turn on Brian William’s phone. This isn’t true. Just because the NSA can hack into a lot of phones doesn’t mean it can hack a specific model of phone

The day we fight back against NSA spying and big government’s big secret

NSA surveillance program revelations continue to surface

It’s Tuesday morning. A citizen wakes up, writes emails and makes a phone call.  The person has a meeting soon, so he pulls up Google Maps to figure out a route.  He then hops into a cab, checks Facebook on