Sneaky partners could be putting the NSA to shame with their high-level surveillance skills. According to a recent survey of a cell phone network in the Middle East, some sort of commercially available spying software was detected on hundreds of phones–and the Read More
Crime and Punishment
Those so-called “spying” apps that populate app marketplaces can turn anyone into a DIY-stalker, and one New York assemblyman simply won’t stand for it. Micah Kellner (D-Manhattan) is pushing for Google and Apple to pull apps with the serious sounding names of “Spy2Mobile,” “iTrack” and “I See You HD Lite” from their app stores because he believes they can enable stalking and abuse.