Feds Want to Track Your DNA Like a License Plate

WND.com The federal government doesn’t just want the ability to track down your car; it wants to be able to track down your body as well. Just as details are emerging about a controversial, nationwide vehicle-surveillance database, WND has learned… Continue Reading

Ford VP: ‘We have GPS in your car, so we know what you’re doing’

rt.com Modern automobiles are logging tremendous amounts of information every single second they’re being put to use, and a senior executive at the Ford Motor Company says car manufacturers have access to every last piece of it. At the CES… Continue Reading

Facebook tracks all written messages, posted or not

rt.com Facebook records everything users type on the social networking site, including notes they choose to delete instead of posting, according to a new study that tracked the habits of nearly four million people. Adam Kramer, a data scientist employed… Continue Reading

Android 4.3’s New ‘Always-On’ Wi-Fi Feature Buried in Settings

David Murphy pcmag.com It might be a bit much to say that one of the new features packed into Android’s 4.3 upgrade is controversial, but it’s definitely one worth knowing a little bit more about. As those who have taken… Continue Reading

Warrantless Cellphone Tracking Is Upheld: 2 Votes Trump All Americans 4th Amendment

SOMINI SENGUPTA New York Times In a significant victory for law enforcement, a federal appeals court on Tuesday said that government authorities could extract historical location data directly from telecommunications carriers without a search warrant. The closely watched case, in… Continue Reading

Cable Box Spying On You? Behavior-Detecting Devices Worry Privacy Advocates

Christopher Zara International Business Times News that Google Inc. may be developing a television set-top box with a motion sensor and video camera has rekindled the debate over technology that can record so-called ambient action. Should a TV-mounted box have… Continue Reading

Security Must-Do’s For Facebook Graph Search

EDITOR’s NOTE: The ATR News Staff absolutely does NOT advocate using the Facebook platform, this article is NOT shared to make you feel safe. Your privacy is NOT and CANNOT be safe on Facebook. DELETE YOUR FACEBOOK FOR YOUR OWN… Continue Reading

Bank To Spy On Customers Via Cellphone Location Tracking

Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com It’s not just governments that are using cellphone location data to spy on citizens – banks are now getting in on the act too – with Barclays announcing changes to its customer agreement that will open… Continue Reading

NSA slides explain the PRISM data-collection program

The Washington Post The top-secret PRISM program allows the U.S. intelligence community to gain access from nine Internet companies to a wide range of digital information, including e-mails and stored data, on foreign targets operating outside the United States. The… Continue Reading

The Mark isn’t coming… It’s Here!

Vittorio Hernandez IB Times Besides releasing in October 2013 the Moto X smartphone, Motorola Mobility’s first handset since it was acquired by Google, the company is working on new methods that would make remembering passwords unnecessary. Motorola Advanced Technology and… Continue Reading

Hidden in immigration reform, vast biometrics plan

Natasha Lennard salon.com The very concept of population is one of a certain type of control — namely the mechanisms through which certain groups get to be counted as among, or outside the population. Indeed, to be part of a… Continue Reading