Friday, December 2, 2011

Wikileaks uncovers surveillance on an 'industrial scale'

Wikileaks began releasing purloined documents that expose commercial enterprises' use of remotely installed software that tracks iPhone users' whereabouts, snaps pictures of they and their companions - even analyzes the voices of those whom they speak with over their phones.

Correspondents call it surveillance on an "industrial scale" involving the tracking of entire communities, ethnic groups and demographic subsets from overseas regimes such as Gadaffi's Libyan government.

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