Woman says mother-in-law spied on her through baby camera
'I would be taking her to court.'
On Jun 6, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins
‘Somebody put a lot of money into spying on people’: TikToker finds receipt for surveillance equipment in her Airbnb
'Be safe girl'
On Oct 18, 2021 by Clara Wang
Spyware used to monitor slain Washington Post journalist’s friends and family
The phone belonging to Khashoggi's fiancée was infected with Pegasus spyware just four days after his death.
On Jul 19, 2021 by Siobhan Ball
Reporter eavesdropped on rivals’ Zoom calls to get scoops on pay cuts
One news organization called the alleged eavesdropping an 'unwarranted intrusion.'
On Apr 28, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
Former Twitter employees charged with spying for Saudi Arabia
The former employees reportedly accessed information on those who were critical of the government.
On Nov 7, 2019 by Andrew Wyrich
Bloomberg: China secretly installed chip on motherboards used by 30 U.S. companies
A tiny chip may have infiltrated products sold by 30 companies, and used by the U.S. government.
On Oct 4, 2018 by Christina Bonnington
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower alleges Facebook is spying on users
He says they use phone microphones to gather contextual information.
On Mar 28, 2018 by Phillip Tracy
Germany bans children’s smartwatches amid security, spying concerns
There are some major privacy concerns.
On Nov 19, 2017 by Chris Tognotti
The Texas National Guard is using controversial ‘stingray’ devices to spy on cell phones
It signed a $373,000 contract to outfit 2 surveillance planes.
On Nov 13, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
Disney mobile apps are spying on kids, lawsuit claims
The suit alleges Disney put trackers in its games to collect data for advertising.
On Aug 10, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
Facebook patent application describes spying on users through their webcams
The social giant describes a system for catering content to users by exploiting their emotions.
On Jun 7, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
These wall hooks are watching and recording everything you do
Be aware of the ordinary objects that surround you.
On Apr 12, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
Police documents reveal how law enforcement keep Stingray use secret
A fill-in-the-blank DOJ warrant enables police to hide Stingray capabilities from judges and the public.
On Oct 7, 2016 by Dell Cameron, Patrick Howell O'Neill
How the fall of RFID chips explains our current surveillance state
Who's really to blame?
On May 8, 2016 by Gillian Branstetter