Science & Technology

Mark of the beast? Motorola unveils plans to insert barcodes and pills into consumers in place of smartphone passwords

Mark of the beast? Motorola unveils plans to insert barcodes and pills into consumers in place of smartphone passwords

So you’ve just bought a brand new smartphone. Imagine the perfect smartphone, with every one of the all-singing, all-dancing gadgets that you can think of. There’s only one catch. You have to either getting a tattoo or swallowing a daily pill in order to access the information on that phone. Sounds crazy right? Maybe. But that is exactly what Motorola[Read More...]

Police hit the streets to introduce mobile fingerprinting

Police hit the streets to introduce mobile fingerprinting

Police have taken to the streets to fingerprint people on demand, it has been revealed.   Last week, the Metropolitan police became the 25th force in the country to confirm that mobile fingerprinting scanners will be used by officers on the beat.   Initially the Met have 350 of these devices, linked to police Blackberry phones, which they claim can[Read More...]

Second whistleblower exposes NSA blackmail and corruption

Second whistleblower exposes NSA blackmail and corruption

  Much ado has been made in the media about the revelations unveiled by Edward Snowden in relation to the illegal eavesdropping by the NSA of US citizens. Snowden who has been featured widely in the media for his role in exposing the US government who, in collaboration with various businesses such as Facebook and Google, conducted mass surveillance of[Read More...]

Ron Wydall

NSA spy program sparks outrage among campaigners

The US government has persisted with efforts to spy on every single, man woman and child in the America despite widespread opposition. According to mainstream press reports, a “top secret” document has revealed that under the Obama administration, the National Security Agency (NSA) has requested the details of every single phone record made both in the US and outside of[Read More...]

Snooping will not prevent terrorism, says security services

Snooping will not prevent terrorism, says security services

Spying on the public does not protect civilians or result in greater security, according to…the M15. Senior security sources told the Independent newspaper that increasing surveillance of electronic communications for members of the public, would not have prevented the beheading incident which took place last week. The remarks will be seen as a counter-argument to those suggested by Home secretary[Read More...]