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Software mines security footage to help business owners see what people do once they’re inside the store.
A call for smart-phone software that lets users see what data their gadgets are sending out.
The accelerometers on many phones are sensitive enough to allow surveillance via vibrations, say researchers.
Social media sites have played a huge role in the prodemocracy surge—but states have also been very good at using technology to suppress their people.
A new program analyzes iPhone apps and finds the ones that are grabbing your data.
The company’s new operating system will provide it with unprecedented data and advertising opportunities.
A new technique could be used to target advertising to users’ surroundings without their knowledge.
Will Diaspora provide a social-networking haven for those fed up with Facebook?
Two experts lay out the facts surrounding the controversy.