‘Online snooping’ scheme expected to cost at least £1.8bn

Jun 16, 2012 by

Home Office reveals pricetag for tracking emails, phone use and Facebook and Twitter accounts as Theresa May attacks critics as ‘conspiracy theorists’.   The government’s “online snooping” scheme to track email, Facebook, Twitter and other web use comes with an official pricetag of at least £1.8bn and an official warning that the figure may well [...]

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How Police Use Your Cell Phone to Track You

Apr 06, 2012 by

With the phrase Big Brother is watching, George Orwell captured the central role constant surveillance plays in dystopian visions. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Pillow talk: The woman who texts in her sleep

Feb 13, 2012 by

Kandi Gay, a paramedic in the Quad Cities, will continue conversations with friends through the messages before putting the phone down and going back to sleep. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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