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The Stalk Market

The Stalk Market

Spy On Your Lover and Read All Their Texts With This Handy Stalking App

It's basically just this over and over. (Photo via Pixabay, Ryan McGuire)

It used to be that if you thought your significant other was cheating on you, you confronted them about it. Then, you either dealt with it or bounced.

But now, there’s a way to passive-aggressively monitor their phone activity so that you’ll never even have to have that awkward conversation: surveillance software company mSpy has released a charming new app called mCouple for all your stalking needs. Read More

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Watch What You Text: iPhone Surveillance Startup Moves to NYC

Good luck lying to your parents now. (Photo: mspy.com)

mSpy has been helping people monitor each other’s phone activity since 2011, and the London-based company is now setting up shop in New York City’s Financial District.

Founders Andrei Shimanovich and Alex Herts, of Belarus, started the company in 2011. Mr. Shimanovich was looking for a way to keep tabs on his rebellious teen sister, while Mr. Herts saw his former company almost fall apart because of a digital security breach. Read More

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Eavesdropping App Lets Friends and Strangers Listen to Your Conversations

Like this, only 2014. (Photo: wordpress.com)

If you’ve ever engaged in an epic shit-talking session and worried that somehow it was being taped, there’s a new app in town to legitimize your paranoia.

Called Crowdpilot, it enables you to select Facebook friends to listen in on a conversation, Forbes says. Alternately, you can pay a dollar for a crowd of strangers to listen and give you feedback on your interpersonal interaction skills in real time, if you really want to feel bad about yourself. Or you can leave the conversation open on Crowdpilot’s website if you really don’t give a toss about privacy. Read More