Virtual borders have also been subtly dividing the world
Wide Angle Motion Imagery (WAMI) is a surveillance game-changer. And it's here.
- In his new book, Eyes in the Sky, Arthur Holland Michel details the evolution of aerial surveillance technology.
- Cameras aboard drones can monitor the entirety of 50 square kilometers for hours without refueling.
- New aerial technologies are going to create the privacy fights of the future.
Researchers discover government agencies use facial recognition software on photos from local DMVs.
- FBI and ICE routinely scan through millions of photos in state DMV databases.
- The agencies use facial recognition software to find matches for suspects.
- Congressmen on both sides of the isle are worried about privacy implications of such unregulated practices.
It could be the largest data leak of a Russian intelligence agency.
- The data included information about several ongoing Russian projects, including operations to deanonymize Tor and scrape data from social media users.
- Little is know about the hacker group, which goes by the name 0v1ru$.
- Earlier this year, Russia briefly disconnected itself from global internet serves.
Fingerprinting and facial recognition may lead the way in air travel.