Remember that song from 1984, "Somebody's watching me?" It was a great foreshadowing of things to come: These days, people really CAN watch you while you go about your business at home...through your computer....
The choice of Peter Lindbergh for the 2014 Reporters Without Borders 100 Photos album may come as a surprise to some. However, during a fascinating discussion organized by Peter Lindbergh at the Silencio in Paris, he revealed himself to be an avid consumer of the news, spending his nights on the internet, trying to understand the issues behind policy decisions, searching for truth, as he does in his photographs.
CTV News Chinese Android Phone Shipped with Spyware Voice of America That cheap smartphone you may have purchased may come preloaded with an unwelcome app – one that can turn your phone into a sophisticated spying device.
Building watchdog using 'miniature cameras' to spy on industrial rallies Herald Sun Fair Work Building and Construction director Nigel Hadgkiss said cameras were used to take footage that could be used in court, but it was not “covert surveillance”.
Samantha VanDeman continues her exploration of abandoned spaces with a new series, Died Alone, that examines environments where people spent their last days on earth. It’s a sad, compelling look Born in 1982, Samantha grew up in Chicago.
Last night Richard Flanagan won the Booker Prize with his novel, The Narrow Road to the Deep North. It's the story that connects to his father's experiences on the Thai-Burma Railway - as Flanagan says "Between 100,000 and 200,000 died. More than died at Hiroshima. More corpses than there are words in my novel."
Foreign journalists in China harassed over Tiananmen Square anniversary The Guardian The next day they were questioned again and then had to appear before a video camera and admit they had done something "very sensitive" which could cause...
Updated: Justin Bieber: New 'racist jokes' video emerges - watch Digital Spy UK The site states it was told that when Bieber was 14, he saw a comedian online parodying his song 'One Less Lonely Girl' with the word "n***er" replacing the word...
ExtremeTech Parrot demonstrates two user-friendly mini-drones (VIDEO) The Malay Mail Online AFP picLAS VEGAS, Jan 7 — Ahead of CES, French electronics maker Parrot has presented two futuristic spy gadgets that are bound to create a sensation in Las...
Patricia Eimer: When wedding days go wrong USA TODAY We may have a trend here at HEA. Yesterday, Kristan Higgins wrote about how much she loves weddings and how she got the idea for her latest, The Best Man.
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