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Some of the software used by states against innocent citizens is widely available on the Internet, while more sophisticated alternatives are made and sold by private companies.

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A bewildering array of agencies has unleashed an army of unsupervised rogues poised to spy upon and victimize ordinary people rather than challenge the real predators.

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If there is any doubt that our reality is quickly becoming stranger than fiction, the latest announcement from researchers at Stanford should lay it to rest.

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the next wave of roach biobots are being outfitted with electronic backbacks containing microphones that can wirelessly transmit information.

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The snitch mentality appears to be popping up everywhere these days, even when the informant doesn’t get anything out of it. How much worse will it be when they do?

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Privacy is not the only thing at stake when everything we say, everywhere we go, and everyone we associate with is fair game. Having to choose between new technologies and our liberty is wrong.

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The transition to a cashless society continues apace, while simultaneously incorporating an all-inclusive tracking database from which it will become very difficult to escape.

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If you believe disconnecting from the Internet and modern gadgetry is a solution, this should be a wake-up call that the surveillance industrial complex knows no bounds.

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Twitter is the latest to seek new ways to utilize its massive database of public information. It has granted MIT's Media Lab $10 million to analyze all communications beginning with the very first post in 2006.

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This could allow countries to increase surveillance in the name of counter terrorism, and give states new tools to crack down on dissent by simply labeling activists ‘terrorists’.
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