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ICE is reportedly using fake Facebook accounts to track undocumented immigrants and lure them into sting operations
ICE agents reportedly used 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
Even if you don’t use Amazon’s wireless networks in your own home, the mesh network could enable Amazon to get geolocation data from your devices.
Users who download iOS 13 on iPhone are getting notifications that apps like Facebook and YouTube are attempting to harvest data using Bluetooth.
Even in the cynical world of covert intelligence, Israel’s apparent surveillance of the White House is considered a breathtaking violation
Israel is accused of plating spy devices in Washington, D.C., and even former intelligence workers that already see Israel as reckless are shocked.
Almost two decades later, that counterterrorism structure set up after 9/11 still remains firmly in place in American life.
American Airlines has launched facial recognition at the boarding gate, part of a trend sweeping US airports
American is using facial recognition at Texas' at Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport, joining a growing number of airlines and airports.
Use this map to see if your local police department has access to Amazon Ring’s unofficial surveillance network of video doorbells
Amazon's Ring has partnerships with hundreds of local police departments, giving them access to locations of Ring doorbells in nearby neighborhoods.
Singapore is the 11th most-surveilled city in the world – but it doesn’t even come close to China: Report
There are an estimated 15.25 cameras per 1,000 people in Singapore - a far cry from Chongqing's 168.03 cameras per 1,000 people.
The Hong Kong-based airline, ranked one of the best in the world, told Business Insider it uses CCTV cameras in airport lounges and planes.
The US government is testing surveillance balloons that could track multiple vehicles from 65,000 feet
In a newly discovered FCC filing, it was revealed that the US government is testing surveillance balloons in the US this summer.