NSO Group Announce New Human Rights Policy to Counteract Unlawful Digital Surveillance Concerns

In a press release issued today, the NSO Group announced a new Human Rights Policy and the introduction of a supporting governance framework that will bring the company into alignment with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. NSO products are used exclusively by government intelligence and law enforcement agencies to fight crime and … More NSO Group Announce New Human Rights Policy to Counteract Unlawful Digital Surveillance Concerns

Experts Downplay Old Phone Spying Concerns But Raise New Ones

Northeastern University’s computer science experts downplayed some old smartphone spying concerns but raised new ones as part of their latest research into the manner contemporary handsets operate while not in active use, particularly in regards to possible video and audio exfiltration activities. While the study found no concrete evidence that mobile microphones are being turned … More Experts Downplay Old Phone Spying Concerns But Raise New Ones

Beat the Boss – The Fight Against Mobile Phones in Our Prisons

Take a look around you… Mobile phones – everyone has one. From the toddler on their parents’ phone watching a downloadable cartoon, to a teenager keeping in contact with their friends through social media, to the person reading their newspaper online, or an elderly person playing a crossword game on line. The number of mobile … More Beat the Boss – The Fight Against Mobile Phones in Our Prisons