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Inspector gadget: how smart devices are outsmarting criminals | Technology | The Guardian
"He said he grabbed some possessions and jumped out a window. Investigators pulled data from his pacemaker which, according to a cardiologist, undermined Compton’s account."
technology  surveillance  crime  lies 
june 2017 by kevan
Seeing Yellow
"When you print on a color laser printer, it's likely that you are also printing a pattern of invisible yellow dots. These marks exist to allow the printer companies and governments to track and identify you -- presumably as a way to combat money counterfeiting."
paper  secrets  surveillance  technology  colour 
august 2016 by kevan
London Police ‘Super Recognizer’ Walks Beat With a Facebook of the Mind - The New York Times
"Facial recognition software managed to identify one suspect of the 4,000 captured by security cameras during the London riots. Constable Collins identified 180."
faces  memory  surveillance  police 
october 2015 by kevan
Anti-NSA Pranksters Planted Tape Recorders Across New York and Published Your Conversations | WIRED
"[The project] involves planting micro-cassette recorders under tables and benches around New York city, retrieving the tapes and embedding the resulting audio on their website."
surveillance  secrets 
may 2015 by kevan
Extracting audio from visual information | MIT News Office
"In one set of experiments, they were able to recover intelligible speech from the vibrations of a potato-chip bag photographed from 15 feet away through soundproof glass."
sound  surveillance  secrets 
august 2014 by kevan
The Tsubo-en Zen garden; Nightingale floor, Uguisubari (鴬張り)
"The 'nightingale floor' is made with a special timber technique from 17th century which makes it impossible to walk on the floor without it making quite beautiful squeaking sounds [...] thereby alerting the residents of the adjacent room of your approach."
secrets  surveillance  wood  japan 
august 2014 by kevan
The Brian Lehrer Show: A Running List of What We Know the NSA Can Do. So Far. - WNYC
"Here, a running list of things we now know the NSA can do, based on media reports and other publicly available documents -- so far."
surveillance  via:james 
january 2014 by kevan
California police use of body cameras cuts violence and complaints | World news | The Guardian
"[...] after cameras were introduced in February 2012, public complaints against officers plunged 88% compared with the previous 12 months. Officers' use of force fell by 60%."
surveillance  police  technology 
november 2013 by kevan
How “cell tower dumps” caught the High Country Bandits—and why it matters | Ars Technica
"What the case agents wanted to do was scan the logs from all four sites on the belief that no single person was likely to be at all four banks during the robbery—except for the robber."
phones  surveillance  via:newaesthetic 
september 2013 by kevan
This Recycling Bin Is Stalking You - Siraj Datoo - The Atlantic Cities
"The bins record a unique identification number, known as a MAC address, for any nearby phones and other devices that have Wi-Fi turned on. That allows Renew to identify if the person walking by is the same one from yesterday, even her specific route down the street and how fast she is walking."
advertising  surveillance  camrad  phones 
august 2013 by kevan
Activists’ drone shot out of the sky for fourth time | sUAS News
"SHARK used the drone to successfully videotape illegal animal abuse committed at the pigeon shoot for nearly the entire day. [...] At approximately 3 p.m., a single sharp rifle crack rang out."
drones  surveillance  weapons 
july 2013 by kevan
GCHQ intercepted foreign politicians' communications at G20 summits | UK news | The Guardian
"Some delegates were tricked into using internet cafes which had been set up by British intelligence agencies to read their email traffic."
surveillance  illusions  politics  email 
june 2013 by kevan
Deutsche Bahn Gets Drone to Stop Train Graffiti in Germany - SPIEGEL ONLINE
"The new drone, outfitted with an infrared camera and the company's red and white logo, will use GPS to document the times and places where vandals are observed, making it easier to prosecute offenders."
surveillance  graffiti  via:blech 
may 2013 by kevan
Greek Tax Avoidance 101: Cover Your Swimming Pool With A Tarp, Fool A Satellite | Zero Hedge
"[The] Greek finance ministry is using Google Earth software to track down the owners of the pools, which tax inspectors consider an indicator of wealth, and which have often been built illegally." [...] "All you need is a green-coloured cover and then the pool cannot be spotted from above."
maps  secrets  surveillance  water 
may 2013 by kevan
Could Reddit, 4Chan find the Boston bombers using social media? | memeburn
"After authorities released an image of one of the backpacks believed to be involved in the bombings, members of the online community got to work."
crime  surveillance  web 
april 2013 by kevan
Ohio Man Charged With Shooting Robot | Singularity Hub
"First, a camera-equipped robot entered the home to locate the man and the guns. A second larger bot was then sent in, but when the owner spotted it, he opened fire with a small caliber pistol damaging it."
robots  weapons  surveillance 
march 2013 by kevan
Black Hornet: The $195,000 Spy Plane That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand
"Dubbed the Black Hornet Nano Unmanned Aircraft System by its designer, Prox Dynamics of Norway, this micro-UAV measures 4 inches long and 1 inch tall with a 4-inch rotor span."
robots  surveillance  secrets  illusions 
february 2013 by kevan
Nagoya University and Fujitsu Develop World's First Technology to Detect Overtrust Situations Based on Voice Pitch and Level : Fujitsu Global
"By combining this technology for detecting situations of overtrust from voices over the phone with the detection of characteristic keywords, Nagoya University and Fujitsu have also developed basic technology for detecting remittance-soliciting phone phishing scams."
phones  surveillance  scams  sound  language 
march 2012 by kevan
How to see around corners : Nature News & Comment
"Photons bounce off the wall onto the hidden object and back to the wall, scattering each time, before a small fraction eventually reaches the camera, each at a slightly different time. It's this time resolution that provides the key to revealing the hidden geometry."
light  surveillance  technology 
march 2012 by kevan
pyvideo.org - Militarizing Your Backyard with Python: Computer Vision and the Squirrel Hordes
Firing computer-controlled water at squirrels. "By the end, they don't care. [...] They'll just sit there eating, getting spritzed. I thought for sure this would be the solution."
mammals  water  surveillance  police 
march 2012 by kevan
CCTV police officer 'chased himself' after being mistaken for burglar - Telegraph
"[The CCTV] operator radioed that he had seen someone “acting suspiciously” in the area. But he failed to realise that it was actually the plain-clothed officer he was watching on the screen."
surveillance  illusions 
february 2012 by kevan
TrackMeNot
"TrackMeNot runs in Firefox as a low-priority background process that periodically issues randomized search-queries to popular search engines. [...] It hides users' actual search trails in a cloud of 'ghost' queries, significantly increasing the difficulty of aggregating such data into accurate or identifying user profiles."
web  surveillance  illusions  via:zarba 
january 2012 by kevan
Start 2012 By Taking 2 Minutes to Clean Your Apps Permissions
"Try guessing how many apps have permissions to access your private information... Now click the icons and get ready for a surprise!"
web  secrets  surveillance 
january 2012 by kevan
The Dangerous Politics of Internet Humor in China - NYTimes.com
"[Censorship] forces people to invent indirect ways to get their meaning across, and humor works as a natural form of encryption."
china  humour  surveillance  illusions 
november 2011 by kevan
Exclusive: Computer Virus Hits U.S. Drone Fleet | Danger Room | Wired.com
"A computer virus has infected the cockpits of America’s Predator and Reaper drones, logging pilots’ every keystroke as they remotely fly missions over Afghanistan and other warzones."
viruses  war  surveillance 
october 2011 by kevan
FAA Looks Into News Corp’s Daily Drone, Raising Questions About Who Gets To Fly Drones in The U.S. - Kashmir Hill - The Not-So Private Parts - Forbes
"[Ryan Calo] has voiced concerns [about] paparazzi drones that could be used to fly around using facial recognition technology to find and obsessively photograph Brad Pitt. [...] After [News Corp's] The Daily broadcast some incredible footage of Alabama after it was devastated by storms, UAS Vision reported that The Daily owns a MicroDrone MD4-1000."
robots  surveillance  air  law  news  via:amuchmoreexotic 
august 2011 by kevan
New Statesman - The bugger, bugged
Hugh Grant secretly records a conversation with a NoTW journalist, about phone tapping. "You know, you just . . . sat outside Buckingham Palace with a £59 scanner you bought at Argos and get Prince Charles and everything he said."
phones  surveillance  crime  news  secrets 
april 2011 by kevan
I Can Stalk U - Raising awareness about inadvertent information sharing
"Most people don't realize that the action of automatic geotagging takes place on [any picture taken with] their smart phones, either because it is enabled by default, not exposed the user as an option, or was asked and then forgotten."
gps  photography  twitter  surveillance  secrets 
august 2010 by kevan
Courthouse News Service - Families Say Schools Snoop in Their Homes With District-Issued Laptops & Webcams
"The named plaintiffs say they learned that Big Brother was in their home when an assistant principal told their son that the school district knew he 'was engaged in improper behavior in his home, and cited as evidence a photograph from the webcam embedded in minor plaintiff's personal laptop issued by the school district.'"
surveillance  children  computers  via:holly 
february 2010 by kevan
Panopticlick
"When you visit a website, you are allowing that site to access a lot of information about your computer's configuration. Combined, this information can create a kind of fingerprint — a signature that could be used to identify you and your computer. Some companies are already using technology to try to identify individual computers."
web  surveillance  secrets  fonts  via:brendan 
january 2010 by kevan
Privacy implications have Google running scared - News, Gadgets & Tech - The Independent
"We are blocking out people's faces if people try to use Google Goggles to search for information about them. Until we understand the implications of the facial-recognition tool we have decided to make sure we block out people's faces."
surveillance  faces  photography  via:antonia 
december 2009 by kevan
Zeppelin Sub-Cloud or Spy Basket: The Ultimate Secret | Invisible Themepark
"A sub-cloud was an aerodynamic 'car' that was lowered on a cable below the zeppelin for purposes of spying or simply 'spying' the conditions below the clouds. [...] Often, the sub-cloud hung up to 500 feet below the zeppelin."
transport  air  surveillance 
november 2009 by kevan
Internet Eyes
Spiders-style CCTV surveillance, probably vapourware rather than parody. "Users can earn money by detecting an event that matches the above scenarios. The user’s notification is sent to an SMS device of the owner of the video feed. [...] As a user you’ll need to be quick if you’re certain of activity as there maybe other users watching the same video feeds. "
surveillance  crowds  worktowin  via:suttree 
october 2009 by kevan
Infodemiology and Infoveillance | Eysenbach | Journal of Medical Internet Research
"Analyzing how people search and navigate the Internet for health-related information, as well as how they communicate and share this information, can provide valuable insights to health-related behavior of populations, including for example the level of understanding of health issues, knowledge about health-related conditions, and so on."
medicine  pestilence  surveillance  maps  twitter 
september 2009 by kevan
Does your e-mail reveal how productive you are? - By Michael Agger - Slate Magazine
"Cataphora is a Silicon Valley company that tries to model what an 'effective' employee looks like based upon her electronic trail." [...] "Cataphora looks for who's using all-caps (typically a sign of high emotion) or who is communicating with people on a distant part of the org chart - a relationship that makes no organizational sense."
email  surveillance  work 
september 2009 by kevan
BBC NEWS | Technology | Mobile data show friend networks
"The researchers were able to guess from the mobile data alone, with 95% accuracy, if any given pair of users were friends. "
phones  society  surveillance  gps 
august 2009 by kevan
Feds at DefCon Alarmed After RFIDs Scanned | Threat Level | Wired.com
"When the reader caught an RFID chip in its sights — embedded in a company or government agency access card, for example — it grabbed data from the card, and the camera snapped the card holder’s picture."
rfid  surveillance  technology 
august 2009 by kevan
Mobile phones: Sensors and sensitivity | The Economist
"Sense plans to collect positional information from a control group of infected patients. [They] will then be able to determine which neighbourhoods these patients frequent, and their commuting patterns between them. They hope this will then enable them to work out the characteristics of typical TB patients, so that they can then spot potentially infected people in the wider population."
phones  maps  pestilence  surveillance  via:badscience 
june 2009 by kevan
ashok.org.uk : Police must not hide
"Let's find every public picture where an officer has hidden their shoulder numbers, and tag it with #policehide. If we act together, and put together a decent list of occurrences, we can then look at how best to submit a mass complaint about the officers involved."
police  photos  surveillance  via:amuchmoreexotic 
april 2009 by kevan
BBC NEWS | UK | Eco-activists prepare for protest
Street games as 'familiarisation games', prior to the G20 protests. "[Capture the flag] was an opportunity for people to familiarise themselves with the area - the geography - so they know what to expect when we have to act quickly."
games  pervasive  activism  cities  london  surveillance 
march 2009 by kevan
The strange case of the surveillance cameras | David Aaronovitch - Times Online
How a single, extreme-case thought experiment from 1999 became the cliché of "the average Briton is caught on CCTV camera 300 times a day".
surveillance  lies  memetics  via:currybet 
march 2009 by kevan
The Associated Press: To some psychiatric patients, life seems like TV
"Researchers have begun documenting what they dub the "Truman syndrome," a delusion afflicting people who are convinced that their lives are secretly playing out on a reality TV show. Scientists say the disorder underscores the influence pop culture can have on mental conditions."
delusions  television  surveillance 
november 2008 by kevan
Fiat revs up new free fuel tool | Green Tech - CNET News
"Drivers [plug] the prepped USB drive into their car's Blue&Me system and it will automatically start collecting data on the car. [...] Upon plugging the USB drive back into the computer, the software does an analysis of driving habits and makes specific suggestions for improvement. Users can also opt to join an online community of drivers called Fiat ecoVille."
transport  technology  surveillance  pollution  mmorpgs 
november 2008 by kevan
Psychology of Intelligence Analysis — Central Intelligence Agency
"Intelligence analysts should be self-conscious about their reasoning processes. They should think about how they make judgments and reach conclusions, not just about the judgments and conclusions themselves."
psychology  surveillance  books  via:mindhacks 
may 2008 by kevan
cityofsound: The street as platform
"[In] imagining the scene below, via a kind of narrative, it's still remarkable to even sketchily consider how much data is already around us, and is near-invisible to traditional urban planning perspectives."
cities  design  gps  secrets  surveillance  technology  society 
february 2008 by kevan
OFF THE TELLY: Light Entertainment/The Game Still Goes On
"On 23 October 1996 the game began. Runners were released from a television studio in West London, with Trackers in hot pursuit. Seven days later, at 8.30pm, the first episode of Wanted went live on Channel 4."
games  television  history  surveillance  cheating  via:diamond 
november 2007 by kevan
The Visible Man: An FBI Target Puts His Whole Life Online
"Elahi's site is the perfect alibi. Or an audacious art project. Or both. The Bangladeshi-born American says the US government mistakenly listed him on its terrorist watch list - and once you're on, it's hard to get off."
surveillance  technology  gps  terrorism  police  photos  via:collision 
october 2007 by kevan
The Ipcress File (1965)
Decently underfunded and matter-of-fact sixties espionage, desk jobs in drab government offices against a mundanely historical London backdrop. But Caine's character is utterly charmless and unconvincing, and it's a dull ending for its genre.
filmlog  2stars  surveillance  politics  science  secrets  delusions 
october 2007 by kevan
Portal (Xbox 360)
A great curve of lateral thinking puzzles, and one of the best game endings I've played. Striking how much difference good writing can make, that the final scenes were a thousand times more memorable and movingly sympathetic than anything in Halo 3.
gamelog  5stars  puzzles  physics  science  surveillance  weapons 
october 2007 by kevan
Topkapi (1964)
An odd contrast to Rififi; this is in colour, in English, and with everybody except Peter Ustinov overacting terribly. Another elegant and near-silent heist scene, but it's blunted by needless exposition.
filmlog  2stars  crime  surveillance 
october 2007 by kevan
Tens of thousands of CCTV cameras, yet 80% of crime unsolved | News | This is London
"A report by the criminal justice charity Nacro in 2002 concluded that the money spent on cameras would be better used on street lighting, which has been shown to cut crime by up to 20 per cent."
surveillance  crime  police  light  london  via:zarba 
september 2007 by kevan
Spy plane employed to shame owners of heat-loss homes - Times Online
"Thermal images of homes have been taken by a light aircraft fitted with military spy technology to record the heat escaping from people’s houses."
surveillance  technology  cities  light 
september 2007 by kevan
Three Colours Red (1994)
Quite well pitched, in retrospect - it felt slightly too slow and vague to watch, but if had been any faster or sharper, the reveal would have been ridiculous. The actual ending was still quite ridiculous, though.
filmlog  3stars  surveillance  secrets  coincidences  phones  crime 
august 2007 by kevan
Police to use helmet cams to record public order incidents | Guardian Unlimited Politics
"The footage can be played back on a four-inch (10cm) screen attached to the officer's belt. [...] Officers are to wear a sign and to announce: 'I am video recording you.'"
police  surveillance  technology  clothes  signs 
july 2007 by kevan
Tim Knowles - Postal Works - Spy Box
"A digital camera inside a parcel looks out through a small hole and captures images of its journey through the postal system. The Spy Box was sent from my studio to the gallery taking an image every 10 seconds recording a total of 6994 images."
art  secrets  surveillance  travel 
june 2007 by kevan
The Lives of Others (2006)
The counteraction of human weak points in the omniscient surveillance system of the GDR. Slow, strong character development; occasionally heavy-handed, but most of it perfectly underplayed.
filmlog  4stars  surveillance  germany  secrets  lies  writing 
may 2007 by kevan
The RFID Guardian: a firewall for your tags: Page 1
"The Guardian needs to do this lookup quickly, since it must make a decision about whether to jam the tag's response within 320.9µs—the amount of time between the RFID reader's request and the beginning of the tag's transmission back to the reader."
rfid  surveillance  technology  hacking  via:rodcorp 
may 2007 by kevan
Talking CCTV cameras accuse wrong person | Society | SocietyGuardian.co.uk
"Marie Brewster, 26, a young mother, appeared on TV news reports after a camera operator mistakenly thought she had dropped litter and boomed out a reprimand from the control centre in Middlesbrough."
surveillance  technology  litter  via:rodcorp 
april 2007 by kevan
Kids, the Internet, and the End of Privacy: The Greatest Generation Gap Since Rock and Roll -- New York Magazine
"Younger people, one could point out, are the only ones for whom it seems to have sunk in that the idea of a truly private life is already an illusion."
children  technology  surveillance  society  psychology  via:josh 
april 2007 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Comment is free | Charlie Brooker: I can see you, citizen
"And, rather than mounting the cameras on poles, why not make them mobile and more kid-friendly by placing them inside full-size, remote-controlled Daleks, which can patrol the streets dishing out near-fatal electric shocks to those who disobey?"
surveillance  daleks  society 
april 2007 by kevan
Respect - Children remind adults to act responsibly on our streets
"The winning schoolchildren will be invited to become the ‘voice’ of the Talking CCTV in their town or city’s CCTV control room later this year."
surveillance  children  sound  psychology  via:penguin 
april 2007 by kevan
Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind (2003)
Nice parallels of love and death, both being dreamlike in a deadpan way. A bit slow at two hours, even for a twenty year biography, but Rockwell remains engagingly half-likeable throughout the whole thing.
filmlog  4stars  television  surveillance  death  secrets  love 
march 2007 by kevan
Notorious (1946)
The perils of office romances in the intelligence industry, a powerfully slow death and some fun heavy-handed this-is-important zooms of things containing other things.
filmlog  4stars  surveillance  secrets  love  poison  police 
january 2007 by kevan
Mind Games - washingtonpost.com
"[They] frequently refer to themselves as TIs, which is short for Targeted Individuals, and talk about V2K -- the official military abbreviation stands for 'voice to skull' and denotes weapons that beam voices or sounds into the head."
technology  brains  surveillance  politics  radio  delusions  via:mindhacks 
january 2007 by kevan
Invisible RFID Ink Safe For Cattle And People, Company Says - News by InformationWeek
"Somark Innovations announced this week that it successfully tested biocompatible RFID ink, which can be read through animal hairs. [The process] involves a geometric array of micro-needles and a reusable applicator with a one-time-use ink capsule."
surveillance  skin  paint  technology  cows  future 
january 2007 by kevan
Surveillance system spots violent behaviour - New Scientist Tech
"Tests were carried out on six different pairs of people performing a total of 54 different staged interactions including hugging, punching, kicking and shaking hands. On average, the system was 80% accurate at identifying these activities correctly."
surveillance  technology  crime 
october 2006 by kevan
Kable - Data sales for tax cuts - 3 October 2006
"Such use of the data gathered through the E+ cards, previously known as Edge smartcards, would be voluntary for residents - but for those who did not wish to take part, 'it will be £1,400 for a band D,' Bettison said."
surveillance  politics  money  advertising  camrad  via:plasticbag 
october 2006 by kevan
Telegraph | News | Passengers' chat will be recorded to foil hijackers
"If someone looks as if they are praying, the microphones would be able to tell if they were by picking up key words."
travel  terrorism  surveillance  religion 
september 2006 by kevan
Evelyn Manesta and the Resistance to "Modern" Photographic Surveillance
"Thanks to the recent discovery of 90-year-old police files, unearthed by researchers at the National Archives in Kew, England, one can say with some confidence that - in England, at least - 'modern' photographic surveillance began in September 1913."
surveillance  history  photos  prison  via:foe 
september 2006 by kevan
Kitchen Stories (2003)
Quaint pre-CCTV time-and-motion study, with a Swede in an umpire's chair. Inevitable stuff about changing things by observing them, but it's all nicely erratic and low-key, and the isolated Norwegian setting adds a lot.
filmlog  4stars  design  surveillance 
august 2006 by kevan
Techcrunch » Blog Archive » AOL Proudly Releases Massive Amounts of Private Data
AOL cheerfully release the search terms used by 650,000 users - their identities are replaced with ID numbers, but these can be easily cross-referenced and identified, where anyone's ever searched for their own name, or domain, or worse.
web  surveillance  lunacy 
august 2006 by kevan
Wired 14.05: The RFID Hacking Underground
"(Molnar hastily erases the 'AB,' saying that he despises library vandalism.) He fumes at the Oakland library's failure to lock the writable area. 'I could erase the barcodes and then lock the tags. The library would have to replace them all.'"
technology  hacking  books  libraries  surveillance  shops  via:anne 
july 2006 by kevan
Digital Peacock Tails - Post-Optimal Electronic Attire
"The Backstabber replays fragments of conversations recorded several hours ago. The wearer turns into a spy, a leakage between different times, and a security breach, but also a source of interesting secrets."
sound  technology  time  history  art  surveillance 
july 2006 by kevan
CNN.com - Street gangs get Web-savvy
"Chicago police recently arrested a teenager accused of spraying his gang nickname on a church by tracing the moniker to his Myspace.com account. His online profile included his address, photo and real name."
web  crime  police  surveillance  graffiti  weblogs  via:wmmna 
july 2006 by kevan
Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)
A snarkily dispassionate cold-war doomsday machine and its evitable rise to power. Bit of a weird totalitarian-flatshare sitcom segment in the middle, but the film ends on a bravely downbeat note and at *exactly* the right moment.
filmlog  4stars  apocalypse  computers  surveillance  war 
july 2006 by kevan
Technology Review: Lights, Camera, Jamming
Camcorder-jamming. "The beam saturates the CCD with varying intensities of light, [forcing] the camera's electronics to constantly adjust, and ultimately producing large white splotches that cover about one-third of the recorded scene."
surveillance  technology  light  via:foe 
july 2006 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | The eyes have it for making people behave more honestly
"Signs that say 'CCTV cameras in operation' should, perhaps, be accompanied by a pair of eyes instead of a picture of a camera. We've not evolved to pay much attention to cameras."
eyes  evolution  surveillance  brains 
june 2006 by kevan
overplot
Overheard In New York quotes plotted onto a Google map.
maps  surveillance  via:waxy 
june 2006 by kevan
jonathan schipper invisible sphere @ pierogi 2000
"Invisible Sphere is a 5.5 foot diameter sphere covered with video monitors and surveillance cameras. Each monitor displays live video feed from a camera placed on the opposite side of the sphere."
art  surveillance  via:wmmna 
june 2006 by kevan
Series 7 - The Contenders (2001)
Sharply prescient reality-TV satire that has a lot of fun with its medium - the contestants' complete face-value acceptance of their situation, and the darker powers of primetime television as a combined church-and-state.
filmlog  4stars  television  surveillance  death  games 
may 2006 by kevan
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