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Last Christmas, I saw a cheeky ad that didn’t quite hit the mark. It showed a Smart Barbie that can respond to kids’ questions and movements using the internet, capture audio and video, and have chats with other devices over Bluetooth. The smart toy could use, store, process and send recordings to third parties; potentially revealing the child’s intimate thoughts and details. Isn’t privacy of children of greater importance than a smart toy which can be easily exploited? Toy companies don’t agree on the concept of smart toys being used...
United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Theresa May plans to introduce huge regulations on the way the internet works, allowing the government the most sweeping surveillance powers in the western world. The creation of a national internet surveillance filter, sparks concerns of a British version of China’s notorious firewall. The Conservatives’ manifesto published on Thursday reads, “Some people say that it is not for the government to regulate when it comes to technology and the internet. We disagree.” The new internet surveillance regulati...
The world-known identity and NSA whistle-blower, Edward Snowden, 32, is still counting the stars while predicting his fate in an asylum in Moscow, Russia, as he awaits pending decisions on his crime from 21 countries. He has been residing there since last two years after leaking classified surveillance records along with revealing the stretch of the entire global surveillance program and permitting them to be issued and published outside the United States. As the decision on Snowden’s conducts waits, he still keeps proving a hu...
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