Spanish Football League Defends Phone ‘Spying’

Spanish football league La Liga has defended the privacy policy of its app after admitting it was accessing the microphone and GPS of Android users. It said it had been trying to track down venues illegally broadcasting matches, by matching audio data and phone location. The app, downloaded more than 10 million times on the … More Spanish Football League Defends Phone ‘Spying’

‘Stingray’ Spying Prompts Fears About Surveillance in USA D.C. Region

Fresh concerns about digital privacy and security are budding in Washington amid revelations of potential surveillance activity in the D.C. region in the USA Officials with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently disclosed signs of sophisticated technology, known colloquially as “Stingrays,” near sensitive facilities including the White House. The devices, International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) catchers, … More ‘Stingray’ Spying Prompts Fears About Surveillance in USA D.C. Region

Sonic Attack or Faulty Equipment

In August 2017, 16 employees at the US Embassy in Havana, Cuba reported symptoms of malaise including, sharp ear pain, dull headaches, vertigo, visual focusing issues, disorientation, nausea and extreme fatigue and cognitive problems.  These symptoms occurred shortly after hearing strange sounds. By the end of September 2017, The US State Department had pulled diplomats and … More Sonic Attack or Faulty Equipment