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Business forum: Drones in Civilian Life: Useful tools or invasive trouble? - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Business forum: Drones in Civilian Life: Useful tools or invasive trouble? - Minneapolis Star Tribune | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
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Business forum: Drones in Civilian Life: Useful tools or invasive trouble?
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For civilians who operate drones in U.S. airspace, it's flier beware until federal and state laws catch up to the technology.
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How two security experts hacked a Verizon device and turned it into a mobile spying station

How two security experts hacked a Verizon device and turned it into a mobile spying station | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Two security experts said they have figured out how to spy on Verizon Wireless mobile phone customers by hacking into devices the U.S.
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CCTV cameras to be installed in city council offices to curb violent customers - This is Gloucestershire

CCTV cameras to be installed in city council offices to curb violent customers - This is Gloucestershire | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
CCTV cameras to be installed in city council offices to curb violent customers
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CCTV cameras to be installed in city council offices to curb violent customers.
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Superhero Crawl Alcohol Sales Compliance Check, 4 Businesses Cited

Superhero Crawl Alcohol Sales Compliance Check, 4 Businesses Cited | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
During Saturday night's Superhero Crawl in downtown Reno, officers conducted an underage alcohol compliance operation at several local restaurants and bars.
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Open source intelligence and privacy dilemmas: is it time to reassess state accountability?

Open source intelligence and privacy dilemmas: is it time to reassess state accountability? | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
This article argues that the gathering of open source intelligence, such as through messages on social networking sites, weblogs, blogs or apps, demands proper checks and balances.
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European ‘smart’ surveillance: what’s at stake for data protection, privacy and non-discrimination?

European ‘smart’ surveillance: what’s at stake for data protection, privacy and non-discrimination? | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
This article finds that while smart surveillance can be ‘smart’ from a privacy and data  protection perspective, this does not mean that no discrimination  concerns arise anymore.
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Teens arrested over explicit photo | Western suburbs

Teens arrested over explicit photo | Western suburbs


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Cloud security is important, but what does it really mean ...

Cloud security is important, but what does it really mean ... | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Fears over cloud security were not assuaged last year when Dropbox, a popular online cloud storage platform, was hacked yet again. This attack resulted in unauthorized access to employee accounts containing personal ...
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Patna district magistrate tells schools to install CCTV cameras - Times of India

Patna district magistrate tells schools to install CCTV cameras - Times of India | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Patna district magistrate tells schools to install CCTV cameras Times of India PATNA: District magistrate (DM), Patna, N Saravana Kumar told the administrators of all the city schools to install CCTV cameras on their school gates and premises and...
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Telstra storing data on behalf of US government

Telstra storing data on behalf of US government | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Telstra agreed more than a decade ago to store huge volumes of electronic communications it carried between Asia and America for potential surveillance by United States intelligence agencies.
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Edward Snowden's hidden documents could cause America's worst nightmare, reporter warns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Edward Snowden's hidden documents could cause America's worst nightmare, reporter warns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
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Electronic tagging scandal: G4S police probe after charging to monitor criminals who were already DEAD

Electronic tagging scandal: G4S police probe after charging to monitor criminals who were already DEAD | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling said G4S along with rival Serco could have been ripping off the public for almost 15 years
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UK has a CCTV for every 11 people - David Icke Website

UK has a CCTV for every 11 people - David Icke Website | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
David Icke - Exposing the dreamworld we believe to be real (UK has a CCTV for every 11 people
http://t.co/W55xcwTN4k #CCTV #BSIA)
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Spy on your neighbours, says former MI5 head Stella Rimington - Telegraph

Spy on your neighbours, says former MI5 head Stella Rimington - Telegraph | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
People who suspect their neighbours may be extremists should inform the security services because “the enemy is everywhere”, the former head of MI5 has said.
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FOCUS | Bush-Cheney Began Illegal NSA Spying Before 9/11

FOCUS | Bush-Cheney Began Illegal NSA Spying Before 9/11 | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
'Contradicting a statement by ex-vice president Dick Cheney on Sunday that warrantless domestic surveillance might have prevented 9/11, 2007 court records indicate that the Bush-Cheney administration began such surveillance at least 7 months prior...
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US 'choke-points' for Australian telecoms data are no surprise

Hot on the heels of data analyst whistleblower Edward Snowden’s revelations about the existence of the PRISM electronic surveillance program operated by the United States' National Security Agency since…...
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Cyber conflict, cyber weapons, attribution and hack back

Cyber conflict, cyber weapons, attribution and hack back | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
This episode of The Loopcast discusses a wide range of issues covering information security and the evolution of cyber conflict.
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Targeting crime prevention: identifying communities that generate chronic and costly offenders

Targeting crime prevention: identifying communities that generate chronic and costly offenders | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Abstract Identifying communities and locations where chronic and persistent offenders are most likely to reside, and understanding the factors that produce the interconnections between place and offending, has enormous potential for the...
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Is there a link between digital media and good governance? What the academics say

Is there a link between digital media and good governance? What the academics say | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Is there a link between new digital technologies and good governance? What, if any, are the connections between increasingly digitally equipped populations and political change?
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Murdoch aware of police payments from day one | theage.com.au

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Estonia opens up its e-voting system in push for transparency, security

Estonia opens up its e-voting system in push for transparency, security | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
The country of Estonia has released its pioneering e-voting system on GitHub, opening the doors for citizens to see how the process works -- and for programmers to explore and try to break things.
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Travellers' mobile phone data seized by police at border - Telegraph.co.uk

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“If you were on the other side of the border, the police would rightly have to apply for warrants and follow strict guidelines.
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From VHS to Google Glass, porn drives the tech market

From VHS to Google Glass, porn drives the tech market | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Michael Moran: Attempts to keep porn off Glass are doomed to failure – sex and technology are twirled around each other like twists of fruity DNA
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Pa. woman jailed, fined for sending explicit text messages to minor - Times Herald-Record

Pa. woman jailed, fined for sending explicit text messages to minor
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Jennifer Ingerman was found guilty of unlawful conduct with a minor, criminal use of communication facility and corruption of minors.
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Children out for revenge breaking the law and putting others at risk by ... - The Australian

Children out for revenge breaking the law and putting others at risk by ... - The Australian | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Children out for revenge breaking the law and putting others at risk by ...
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Some are setting up false social media accounts to send offending pictures.
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