Predictive Policing Project: LAPD Pre-Crime Divisions

Predictive Policing Project: LAPD Pre-Crime Divisions

On March 31, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: AGE The morning watch at the Los Angeles Police Department’s Foothill division begins at 6am, when the shift’s officers gather for roll-call and a briefing. The dozen or so officers file into...

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Amazon Web Services to build CIA spook cloud

Amazon Web Services to build CIA spook cloud

On March 19, 2013 by stratagem
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Source:FCW In a move sure to send ripples through the federal IT community, FCW has learned that the CIA has agreed to a cloud computing contract with electronic commerce giant Amazon, worth up...

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Remember that MP3? The ITU police are en-route

Remember that MP3? The ITU police are en-route

On December 10, 2012 by stratagem
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Source: Voice of Russia In a very quiet release of information the Internet Warriors and “Hacktivist” Group Anonymous, has informed the world of one of the tools that will be used to bring...

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US data whistleblower : widespread civilian surveillance

US data whistleblower : widespread civilian surveillance

On September 17, 2012 by stratagem
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Bill Binney believes he helped create a monster. Sitting in the innocuous surroundings of an Olive Garden in the Baltimore suburbs, the former senior National Security Agency (NSA) official even believes he owes...

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Libya, Syria, And The Unquestioned Media Coverage: How Much Have We Learned?

Libya, Syria, And The Unquestioned Media Coverage: How Much Have We Learned?

On August 5, 2012 by stratagem
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The objective truth is no longer a part of the Syrian campaign. It is all lies put forth by the Empire, the Empire of Lies. The Empire is pulling the strings. The Empire...

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Sci-fi policing: predicting crime before it occurs

Sci-fi policing: predicting crime before it occurs

On July 1, 2012 by stratagem
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Los Angeles police are aiming to beat suspects to the scene of a crime by using computers to predict where trouble might occur. The Los Angeles Police Department is the largest agency to embrace...

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The FBI’s Secret Surveillance Letters to Tech Companies

The FBI’s Secret Surveillance Letters to Tech Companies

On June 27, 2012 by stratagem
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The most basic requests outlined in the templates are for name, address and length of service for either phone or Internet accounts. The broadest requests seek things such as entire credit reports, Internet...

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What Facebook Knows

What Facebook Knows

On June 17, 2012 by stratagem
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Heading Facebook’s effort to figure out what can be learned from all our data is Cameron Marlow, a tall 35-year-old who until recently sat a few feet away from ­Zuckerberg. The group Marlow...

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The Incredible Next-Generation Drones That Will Rule The Skies

The Incredible Next-Generation Drones That Will Rule The Skies

On June 6, 2012 by stratagem
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Even with drones already dominating the skies, neutralizing adversaries and covertly collecting data, new research is still underway on the generation of pilotless planes to come. And the United States isn’t the only country...

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Flame: The Skype-Sniffing, Bluetooth-Enabled Super Spy Tool Is A Harbinger

Flame: The Skype-Sniffing, Bluetooth-Enabled Super Spy Tool Is A Harbinger

On May 30, 2012 by stratagem
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The news from cybersecurity researchers this Memorial Day sounded like a plot device from a science fiction movie. A hyper-secret surveillance program laid dormant on computers around the world for years, secretly turning...

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The New American Order: Using Weapons of Compliance to Stamp Out Protest

The New American Order: Using Weapons of Compliance to Stamp Out Protest

On May 22, 2012 by stratagem
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We’re entering the final phase of America’s transition to authoritarianism, a phase notable for its co-opting of civilian police as military forces. Not only do the police now look like the military —...

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DEA wants to scan license plates – all of them – on Utah’s ‘drug corridor’

DEA wants to scan license plates – all of them – on Utah’s ‘drug corridor’

On May 16, 2012 by stratagem
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Everyone driving on Interstate 15 in southwest Utah may soon have their license plate scanned by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. The DEA and two sheriffs are asking permission to install stationary license...

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‘Big Brother’ fears as cameras zoom in on text messages

‘Big Brother’ fears as cameras zoom in on text messages

On May 7, 2012 by stratagem
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Surveillance cameras are now so powerful that they were able to zoom in on individual spectators at the Rugby World Cup and read their text messages. Details of police monitoring used for the...

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Now, drones to keep eye on trouble-makers in crowd

Now, drones to keep eye on trouble-makers in crowd

On May 4, 2012 by stratagem
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Source: Zee News/IANS Eyebot drones, the latest in surveillance technology, would promptly spot mischief makers during major sporting or social events, or act as high-resolution 3D street imaging systems, according to its developers....

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Former GCHQ head calls for greater surveillance of Facebook and Twitter

Former GCHQ head calls for greater surveillance of Facebook and Twitter

On April 23, 2012 by stratagem
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Source: Independent The former head of GCHQ Sir David Omand called for greater surveillance of Facebook and Twitter today, reigniting the debate on how much the state should be allowed to snoop on...

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What privacy? Navizon I.T.S. tracks any Wi-Fi-enabled device inside buildings

What privacy? Navizon I.T.S. tracks any Wi-Fi-enabled device inside buildings

On April 22, 2012 by stratagem
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Source: Digital Trends If you’re in the public or even at your home, as long as technology is around, privacy cannot be taken for granted. Need proof? Meet Florida-based location service company, Navizon....

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Google says snooping on Wi-Fi networks isn’t illegal

Google says snooping on Wi-Fi networks isn’t illegal

On April 16, 2012 by stratagem
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[...] The Times wrote about the FCC report: “Although a world leader in digital search capability, Google took the position that searching its employees’ e-mail ‘would be a time-consuming and burdensome task,’” the...

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