Harvard Report Debunks Claim Surveillance Is “Going Dark”
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Harvard Report Debunks Claim Surveillance Is “Going Dark”


Since the 2013 Snowden disclosures revealed the extent of government surveillance programs it’s been a standard claim by intelligence agencies, seeking to..

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With unprotected IoT devices surveillance is "going light". This will be especially true if you install a device that is harvesting your data, for whatever purpose. Harvested data means harvested data, open for any external hacking and access.

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