Man says Alibaba dashcam company allowed him remote access to live video feeds

‘This also works for Ring’: Man says Alibaba dashcam company allowed him remote access to live video feeds

‘Access to every single customers location’

On Jun 14, 2024 by Grace Fowler

Back of Joe Biden's head(l+r), Front of Joe Biden(c)

Deplatformed: Biden’s mask off moment 

What’s the deal with Biden’s supposed body double?

On Apr 19, 2024 by David Covucci

iphone users freak after apple warns some users being targeted for surveillance

‘Someone is spying on my device’: iPhone users freak after Apple warns of ‘mercenary’ surveillance campaign

‘Apple has high confidence in this warning—please take it seriously.’

On Apr 11, 2024 by Mikael Thalen

Expert warns section of House Intel Committee bill would grant feds scary new surveillance powers

‘Biggest expansion since the Patriot Act’: Why a small provision in a new surveillance reform bill is raising serious concerns

‘The NSA could go to McDonald’s and obtain wifi data—without a warrant.’

On Dec 11, 2023 by Mikael Thalen

Strava fitness tracker app on phone screen in hand in front of blurred background

Was a Russian commander killed after being tracked through Strava?

A public profile alleged to detail the commander’s jogging route could have revealed his location.

On Jul 12, 2023 by Mikael Thalen

Ross dressing room with sign 'shoplifters will be prosecuted' (l) Ross Dress For Less building with sign (c) Ross dressing room with cameras (r)

‘Be more aware of ur surroundings!’: Shopper spots security cameras in the Ross dressing room

‘Never again am I trying clothes on at stores, I’m too paranoid already.’

On May 13, 2023 by Melody Heald

Woman says someone hacked into their Owlet baby monitor

‘Get rid of your wifi cameras’: Mom says someone hacked into their child’s Owlet baby monitor, would talk to her son during the night

‘This exact situation happened to us and our Owlet went straight in the trash.’

On May 7, 2023 by Brooke Sjoberg

LAPD Ford Taurus police car parked in road

‘A new low’: Los Angeles files suit against anti-police surveillance organization for posting lawfully obtained public records

The journalist behind the request said the city was doing the police union’s ‘dirty work.’

On Apr 6, 2023 by Jacob Seitz

US Capitol building with STOP MASS SPYING protest signs being held up

Inside the behind-the-scenes push civil rights groups are making on Capitol Hill to pass data privacy laws

They’re keeping the ADPPA alive.

On Apr 4, 2023 by Ben Brody

group of people holding up miniature Indian flags in front of light yellow background

Surveilled and exploited by intrusive technology, workers across India are rising up together

The fight is spreading across the subcontinent.

On Mar 9, 2023 by Sabah Gurmat

women's restroom stalls with cruise housekeeping employee knocking on the door with caption 'Cruise Employee filming women in restroom. 3rd reported incident that night.' '*knocks*' (l) women's restroom stalls with cruise housekeeping employee opening the door with caption 'Cruise Employee filming women in restroom. 3rd reported incident that night.' (c) women's restroom stalls with cruise employee walking out the door with caption 'Cruise Employee filming women in restroom. 3rd reported incident that night.' (r)

‘I just saw a camera pointing at me’: Woman catches male cruise employee filming her in the women’s restroom

‘Please don’t leave your children unattended on any vacation & be aware of your surroundings at all times.’

On Mar 5, 2023 by Vladimir Supica

Amazon delivery driver shares all the violations a driver has to avoid while being monitored

‘If I want a sip of my coffee I have to pull over’: Amazon delivery driver says AI cameras monitor workers’ every move—and flag them for violations

‘Would never ever drive for a company that gave me a violation for taking a drink.’

On Feb 26, 2023 by Jack Alban

woman speaking in bed (l) Walmart self checkout Scan & Go sign (c) woman speaking in bed (r)

‘Every time you scan something, it takes pictures of you’: Ex-Walmart employee says self-checkout cameras are ’10 times worse’ than in-store ones

‘Those cameras can read into your wallet and they do.’

On Feb 4, 2023 by Phil West

Google Play Store on phone next to Apple App Store on other phone on grey background

Democratic senator urges Apple, Google to remove TikTok from app stores

Bennet is one of the first prominent Democrats pushing for a ban.

On Feb 2, 2023 by David Covucci

people seated holding flags

Childcare workers in India rise up in protest over government-run nutrition-tracking app

It’s part of a growing network of state surveillance.

On Jan 18, 2023 by Sabah Gurmat

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