LinkedIn Privacy Wants to Limit Government Authority to Collect Users Information on Principle

What is the Cost of StingRay Surveillance?

Inspiration around this subject today.

This quote is of concern:

“…The use of the IMSI-catcher is raising a heated debate in the United States because devices like StingRay and other similar cellphone tracking solutions are being widely adopted by law enforcement agencies across the country…StingRay allows law enforcement to intercept calls and Internet traffic,… Continue reading

Stingray Phone Surveillance

This is a product for sale to surveil mobiles.  They speak of the police in this website but anyone can access this technology to breach privacy.  Privacy is in the public interest.



Here’s How Much a StingRay Cell Phone Surveillance Tool Costs

It’s a rare look into the pricing and packaging… Continue reading

Stingray Spying on Phones and Non-Disclosure in Courts

I have been surveilled by the FBI and probably still am. I noted on my friend’s phone “FBI surveillance” literally in the wireless list, given she is not political it is likely it is me as I am speaking up more now.  I have posted a photo of this surveillance on this blog as… Continue reading

Stingray Surveillance, Privacy, Police and FBI

This is very concerning as the temptation is to just tap into those who people feel threatened by.  They do not have to be criminal elements, they could be former staff, partners, business rivals or to stalk people.

I have been surveilled and it has raised my awareness of these practices and the importance… Continue reading

Privacy is an Inalienable Right for All Citizens in a Democracy

This video provides a clear discussion about why privacy is critical in a fully functioning democracy.  The narrator of this film was a Internet Service Provider who was asked by the FBI to hand over Edward Snowden’s information.  He refused as he did not want to be complicit and held fears about the… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“My life is my message.”