The controversy around the NSA spying program is continuing to grow as new documents are coming to light. When NSA director, General Keith Alexander spoke before a security conference in Las Vegas, he faced hostility from the crowd
Soon there may be a cellphone that can see though walls and into other objects as Caltech engineers have made tiny, low-cost terahertz imager chips that could be incorporated into cellphone cameras.
A secret agent is racing against time. He knows a bomb is nearby. He rounds a corner, spots a pile of suspicious boxes in the alleyway, and pulls out his cell phone. As he scans it over the packages, their contents appear onscreen. In the nick of time, his handy smartphone application reveals an explosive device, and the agent saves the day.
Sound far-fetched? In fact it is a real possibility, thanks to tiny inexpensive silicon microchips developed by a pair of electrical engineers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). . . . Read Complete Report
Neustar – a company which has in many ways laid the foundation for the
surveillance infrastructure in America. It connects people with
companies that want to market to them aggressively and it does this neither with their knowledge nor their approval and very few people are talking about it. Journalist Reyhan Harmanci recently wrote an in-depth article about this company, she joins RT from San Francisco.
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