23 Burst results for "Surveillance Software"

"surveillance software" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"U. S. Taliban talks in September but said a Christmas that he had reopened cynic I see Asians a temporary ceasefire could open a window for a future peace deal with the Taliban potentially ending the United States eighteen a presence in Afghanistan Simoneau in fox news an Israeli court heard a case Thursday calling for restrictions to be slapped on it and SO group ten Israeli company that makes surveillance software that is said to have been used to target journalist and dissidents around the world case was brought by I am is the international and SO is implicated in a series of digital breaking attempts in the court case is the latest push back against the company and its products a man who fatally shot another man of the company Christmas party won't face criminal charges because he acted in self defense Lexington South Carolina police say no charges will be filed against forty six year old Glenn Wilbur road junior in the death of twenty six year old Wesley Warren camp on Wall Street at this hour the Dow Jones industrials up one fifty seven S. and P. is up seventeen nasdaq is up eighty seven looks pretty good on Wall Street at W. B. T. we lead local I'm mark Thomas W. B. T. news there's a lot for investors to be optimistic about these days we've been writing the longest and best stock market run since World War two the S. and P. is up over four hundred percent since March two thousand nine but what about you have your accounts more than quadrupled in the past decade the truth is that most stock investors don't achieve the same performance as the overall market leading two thirds of Americans still feeling like they'll have to work after retirement so who's profiting from all those massive gains what would you do if you knew that the big banks and institutions tend not to follow the.

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WhatsApp Sues Israeli Firm For Using Its App in Spy Program

BBC World Service

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

WhatsApp Sues Israeli Firm For Using Its App in Spy Program

"The messaging service once up is suing an Israeli surveillance firm and SO group once up says the company help to government sponsors breaking to hundreds of phones the firm says it disputes the allegations in the strongest possible terms Tom Horrigan reports in may this year won't Centreville which that hackers who exploited the vulnerability in its video cooling system allowing them to remotely install surveillance software on phones and other devices without the user's knowledge now what sap is taking legal action against the Israeli firm and SO group which develops the surveillance software called Pegasus

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WhatsApp Sues Israeli Firm For Using Its App in Spy Program

BBC World Service

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

WhatsApp Sues Israeli Firm For Using Its App in Spy Program

"The messaging service once up is suing an Israeli surveillance firm and SO group once up says the company help to government sponsors breaking to hundreds of phones the firm says it disputes the allegations in the strongest possible terms Tom Horrigan reports in may this year won't Centreville which that hackers who exploited the vulnerability in its video cooling system allowing them to remotely install surveillance software on phones and other devices without the user's knowledge now what sap is taking legal action against the Israeli firm and SO group which develops the surveillance software called Pegasus

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Cisco fined for selling software with security flaws

Orlando's Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Cisco fined for selling software with security flaws

"Check Cisco Systems is settling after selling flawed video surveillance software to government agencies the company is going to pay eight point six million dollars in damages to settle claims that they knew the product had a security fall when they sold it to sought to homeland security the secret service the army the navy the marines Air Force and FEMA good thing none of those are important according to court filing Cisco surveillance software was of no value because he did not enhance the security of the agencies that bought it in fact in many cases offered less protection than other

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"surveillance software" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You like how do you get anything done? So I was thinking in the parking lot after we got the data on how many people listen smart, speakers, which is cool that I think I'm gonna buy one, and then I'm going to use it. So I can learn you know how it works at cetera. And what we might do creatively with it. But then I will start in a fair day, cage, when I leave. You know why? Because they don't want anything to do with it, and then I gotta find someone to speak into it, because they don't want it to have my voice. So, I think I would have you may become over and you could speak into it for me. Speaking of technology. So this is good news. I love this, and it couldn't possibly have any bad effects. Everything will be great. This is an American company called. Vix visits, those IX. Yeah, they're making facial recognition smart glasses. Maybe it's music's. Is it? Physics. Yeah. Yeah. That makes more sense because it's facial recognition smart glasses, because that sounds stupid views IX sounds better. Right. All right. I think you're right, Mike. So they're making these glasses themselves. And there's another firm Dubai-base MTC. And they're bragging about these abilities that they can detect faces up to fifteen faces they can detect up to fifteen faces per frame per second, Cape of identifying an individual in less than half a second. And this is all good news for society because people can wear these around. Tap your face. Get you into database nowhere you worked. No. Who you dated? No, you're linked in profile this not a thing that could go wrong with this thrilled. If it works. Right. That's the seven we saw the same thing with Google glass people were like. Bills are gone because gold and take and you really appreciate you just walk around Seattle with those on all people hated those all people hated those yet. We see more and more products. And yes, workers at Amazon did say we're not a fan of you selling your facial recognition this program that you've created to governments and things like that. But if you're talking about usage in a pair of sunglasses. That's different. I liked when the five point actually, one of my favorite bars and all Seattle, when the five point band Google glasses. Yes. And then I walked in, and they had like eight surveillance cameras. It was actually kind of funny kind of ironic. But what I will tell people who are worried about this Todd included. You're listening now. Look up the terms adversarial glasses of these glasses designed to defeat facial recognition software, and apparently they work exceptionally well at even highly sophisticated so you can get and they are an m a group of MIT students, Dolly developed it apparently, I don't know if they have yet, but they were planning on releasing the plans. So you could put your own your own three D printer, you sort of I kind of like the idea. I mean, I get why some surveillance software, hopefully I'm not in a surveillance software worth facial recognition software works, and I hope I'm not necessarily where that becomes vital for to solve some problem in my life. Or maybe, you know, in my neighborhood life. But I gotta say, I'm not a big fan of surveillance state and I'm really not a big fan of putting it in the hands of virtually everyone the second you get. These capabilities understand something, you got your mom your dad, your brother, your sister. They work in government. They'll find their keep their head down there doing their job. You get the big power seekers in corporate world. The corporate worlds. You get the big power seekers in the government world. You give them something like this the temptation, they would wake up at night. They could be sleeping assault and sleep wake up and go. Yeah. What do people? But even more than that, you're essentially saying, I'd like to do your work for you. You know, and then handed over to you. It's no different than the way. Nike has convinced everyone to wear the big Swoosh in like all their advocates. We don't need advertise. You do it for you carry that stuff. It's like Facebook. Facebook said we want to be the biggest website, the world that we don't wanna pay writers. We want to be the biggest data Bank in the world, but we don't want to have to buy the data. Hey, would you be kind enough to tell us everything in the world about you put it on her pages, and then postings manically several times a day, building up everything about our network? All we're going to do is build the application and people said, yeah, we'd like to work for free and is not what they said. They would like to share pictures of my new niece and her birthday party smashing, a vase remember created. It was hot Booker. Right. And that was different. That was college kids thinking, who's hot hoping they can hook up with one of them. But people did not assume that when they group of students who actually had no hope of looking. Has it apps there? Then at that point, that point. Yeah. Billions can make you pretty high on the hookup list. You need to stop that stuff, candy what you know. Okay. So. Should conservative, liberal should that be protected class when it comes to hiring in job circumstances? Google is not going to be able to get out of a class action lawsuit alleging their bias against conservative job applicants it is pretty fascinating case. We'll dig into that right now. Get a traffic report from Tracy Taylor. But you by Michael's Toyota, Volkswagen jubilee Bellevue. Seattle PD's still on the scene of a pretty serious car motorcycle crash at thirty fifth and seventy fifth and that's going to be.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Refresh rate in the display upgraded fast charging a telephoto lens and a retractable camera. Let's talk a little more about that. What's vulnerability? You may have been hearing kicked around what's up fixed it? So that's the good news to start with. There is no more vulnerabilities. But. It let malicious actors remotely install spyware on phones with no user interaction needed. That's a bad vulnerability what's apps own security team discovered. It. It's a buffer overflow vulnerability in the VoIP stack that allowed some remote code execution. Just by placing a call to the target what's app account. So the call would come in the VoIP stack would launch and the overflow could happen before then. And then you get the malicious behavior in the call didn't need to be answered for that to happen. And then you could wipe it from the Colorado it after you infected what's up. What's up says the vulnerability was exploited by an advanced cyber actor probably a private company working with governments on surveillance and targeted. A select number of users. A lot of folks are assuming this would be politicians. Journalists lawyers for human rights at cetera financial times alleges that surveillance software from Israel's NS oh group was part of the exploit though, NSO which market software to governments and law enforcement denied any. Involvement. They said we we didn't do this. We're very good about vetting who uses our software. What's up says all users just to be cautious should update their apps and make sure the device OS is update as up to date as well. But the vast majority of its users are probably unaffected. Yeah. We were talking before the show about. All right. Well, what's up isn't saying how many users are affected? In fact, they went out of the way to say probably very few. I I'm not a daily what's up user? But I am what's up user. And if I get a call that I'm like, I don't know that Oh that that looks looks weird. weird. I'm not answering it, you know, usually sort of feel like whatever's on the other side of that call is is not applicable to me rate. So the fact that this could be exploited without me answering the call is is pretty bad. Yeah. That's a bad vulnerability. And the fact is if you have to ask did it affect me, it probably didn't they have gotten touch with people that they and they are not saying how they know this, but they were saying people have been targeted they detected that and they've they've gotten touch with those people at mobile payment conference transact apples VP of Apple Pay. Jennifer Bailey announced a new iphone feature rolling out later this year that allows NFC tags to start Apple Pay purchases when tapped without needing dedicated app. Apple's partnering with bird scooters, but Novo's clothing store and pay by phone parking meters. At initially at launch to start apple also says that the wallet app will soon. Let us your sign up for loyalty cards with Justice single tap. You know, this is pretty cool. So I if you're worried like well. Wait a minute. Can I accidentally charged on your end it works? Just the way Apple Pay works now where you have to initiate Apple Pay. And then tap, and you see that the transaction is happening all the normal. Apple Pay stuff happens. It shortens things up on the other end though, you don't have to have somebody type in a number on a cash register or point of sale system..

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WhatsApp flaw let hackers install spyware on cellphones

Total Information AM

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

WhatsApp flaw let hackers install spyware on cellphones

"App WhatsApp has been targeted by hackers who used a flaw in the program to remotely hijack. Dozens of phones spokesperson for the company says the group of hackers for hire who've been known to work with governments remotely installed. Surveillance software on phones seen it executive editor. Ian share says the hackers said Melwert through the programs missed call function, which allow them to get around. The absent Crippen protection. There are security. Researchers all over the globe that constantly scour software that we all use all the time for different security flaws and everything you do it for multiple reasons. So sell it back to the company right Facebook. And apple and all these companies have what's called a bounty where they will basically pay you. If you find a security, and then also though, they possibly will sell them to

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"surveillance software" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on Risky Business

"Surveillance software company and group has been in the news all of the wrong reasons over the last few days, they look in pretty bad right now. Yes, negative headlines for NFL. And I think it's really going to have some impact on Israel overall, actually talked to some folks there, and I think the fact that Israel allows these companies to sell weapons to these not great countries like Saudi Arabia in the UAE is is really going to rebound on their server secure. Eighty industry overall. Just take a step back for a moment. And just talk about what's actually happened because we got a few things to get through here. I turns out that. And it's a group sold fifty five thousand fifty five million dollars with kit. I'm sorry to Saudi Arabia just before the the purges started. I mean, that's a really bad look, especially for an Israeli company. Yeah. It is amazing. It is amazing. What kind of bedfellows? You create when it comes to building Maur to go after journalists and enemies of the state does that look interesting to see what the priceless to fifty five million. That's a that's a pretty good deal for them. Yeah. I mean, that's a lot of presuming. That's a that's the full package. The platinum deal. Yeah. But and now they have no control over what happens once it's out of your hands. It's in the hands of the Saudis, you know, they're really going to get themselves tied up into issues that I think they never expected that that they would be pulled into publicly. Well, I think they kinda should have expected that right? And of course, Saudi Arabia's crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman has been going off to enemies pretty hard with sane. You know, even a journalist very very public. Kashogi? Oh, Khashoggi depending on who you. Who's saying it? But it turns out some of these NFL group stuff was deployed against some of his close associates. So it seems through through work by citizen lab and other organizations. I mean, it seems pretty obvious that this stuff wasn't being used to target people who posed a real security threat, right? Yeah. There's always this goal of both NS group and their customers to say that this is the quivalent of like the FBI deploying what they call it network investigative tool, but these are not child pornographers. These are not. Terrorists that they're hacking. These are journalists and dissidents raises a really interesting question, which is where koso- keys phone now. We haven't seen any Fred's forensic evidence directly from his devices to see if he was a target of the Saudis, and specifically if he was targeted by any malware, you'd have to imagine that you know, whether or not he was infected he was at least to target given what happened to him. But yeah, I mean, the crazy thing is a state like Saudi Arabia actually does have some pretty legitimate threats. But until they lift the game like it's my personal belief like nobody should be selling this stuff to them. I mean, are you happy to call it as black and white is that as well. I think so as an American that's a tough thing to say since we are selling them actual physical weapons that are being used in a war in Yemen to hurt civilians in a horrible way. So while I do think in group is is Ron is hard as an American to cast aspersions on Israel in this matter. It's funny. You mentioned that that. I drew a similar parallel in a conversation recently came econ, which is are we heading to that world way side. They're interception capabilities built into consumer products, and governments are actually deciding where I go will that be decided on human rights grounds? Or is it going to be much like military technology, and I suspect it's the latter. Which is sad news. But sad news as old as government itself. Now, it's not just drama involving Saudi Arabians that group has been in in a couple of Mexican journalists had clear attempts to draw Pegasus and Mel way onto the phones of a couple of Mexican journalists after the assassination of one of their colleagues now, you might think, oh, well, maybe that's the government just wants to investigate this murder. But more likely they the government may having been involved other people in the media receiving fishing links. Understandably a little bit twitchy..

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Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:27 min | 2 years ago

Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers. The learn more had to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. Helen tear promises to see all crime with data. But does it work from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Data analytics company Pailin tier is reportedly considering going public Pailin tier is the company co founded by controversial Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, formerly of pay pal. It's named after an all seeing artifact in the Lord of the rings trilogy, and it promises police departments governments even the IRS that it can take in a huge amount of data and make a informed guesses to help track down criminals and in a secret pilot program in New Orleans, Pailin tear tech even tried to predict when crime would happen or who might be a victim. But lately, it's huge twenty billion dollar valuation is in doubt and privacy. Activists are concerned about its tactics. Let's dig into this in quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Mark Harris is a reporter who's covered Pailin tear for wired politics selling point is that can take these hundreds of data streams from old different kinds of systems that don't nobody worked together. And it can squeeze them all into this pot to come up with these insights. But that's actually really tricky because you have to understand a lot of different types of Audra, a lot of different types of software and databases and every company and every jurisdiction dustings way. Well, in one of the other things that's been speculated is that pollen tear may have actually promised cities like New Orleans or Los Angeles that it could do sort of pre crime prediction, right that it could sort of use artificial intelligence to say, oh crimes are more likely to happen here. You should direct resources that way. Yeah. It's the case that police departments want to be smarter about the way they deploy their offices and deployed their resources to question is can you do that in a way that respects people civil liberties that doesn't talk it populations minorities, perhaps a poll neighborhoods that have disproportionate amounts of policing? Even though there's plenty of crime happening. Elsewhere there's a cycle of there's been crime here in the past. So let's go there gin and. Or you can institutionalize a lot of biases and discriminations. The you know that we've seen historically in cities across America. It reminds me a little bit of the Cambridge Analytica story where they were saying look, we can use this data to micro target to such an extent that it will be like, we're psychic. We can get right inside someone's brain. And I wonder if there is a possibility that no company can do as much with mounds of data as they promise. Right. That's really true. Right. It's nice that they have success stories, but we're not seeing the day today work with not seeing how useful it is for officers, and some of the emails that I've seen, you know, found that some people using the thought it was path other people, you know, had struggled with it and struggle to get it usable by them and to give them useful results in their work. So you're right Parenti has this mystique of having trouble the intelligence agencies. They have a grey attractive background. They sound like a an interesting company to have that sort of technology working in your organization into the truth of it is can you actually see whether it pays for itself. I haven't seen those data it's entirely possible. And if they go public, which they're planning to do in the next couple of years, then we'll have a lot more visibility into what they're doing. Mark Harris wrote about Pailin tear in wired this month, you can find a link to that story at our website. Marketplace tech dot org. And now for some related links literally related this time. First of all, you have to read the Wall Street Journal story from the other day about pollen tear, and it's and possible problems with its business plan if only for the description of Pailin, tears, the Alex carp his beanies, but Varian farmhouse tied cheese swords loud German phone calls and how he describes Pailin tear as a quote colony of artists, but plenty of people find surveillance software. Neither Corky nor artistic last month. Several immigrant rights groups put out a report accusing Pailin tear along with Amazon and bay area company called forensic logic. Which does predictive crime analysis of helping the Trump administration excessively target immigrants for jail or deportation? Amazon you may have heard has been selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement agencies. The software is called recognition spelled with a creepy. K instead of a sif. In may the ACLU ran a test of the system and found that it accidentally match twenty eight members of congress with mugshots of other people. Amazon said it was mis calibrated last month and anonymous Amazon employee wrote a medium post saying that four hundred fifty employees inside the company had signed a letter to Jeff Bezos asking the company to stop selling the recognition software to law enforcement and actually to kick Pailin tear off of Amazon web services. What a tangled web of surveillance. We we've happy weekends everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. 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"surveillance software" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This fall my kids, and my grass are back out to play. This Scotts yard, now's the time to feed your lawn. Pick up a bag of Scott's winter guard today. The US appeals court is siding with bartenders waiters and a fight over whether restaurants can pay them less because they received under federal law and employer can pay workers who receive tips as little as two dollars thirteen cents an hour as long as their tips. Bring their earnings minimum wage, but the ninety S Circuit Court of appeals ruled that employers cannot use that tip credit when the workers are engaged in tasks unrelated to bartending are serving such as cleaning toilets ruling revived the lawsuit by fourteen bartenders and servers accusing restaurant chains including PF changs, China Pistou and j Alexander's of failing to pay minimum wage Keith Peters reporting a homeless man charged with killing a top amateur golfer from Spain has a history of violence dating back to his teen court records show since two thousand fourteen twenty two year old Colin Richards has been charged with abusing of former girlfriend robbing a gas station. He's charged with first degree murder in the death of Celia barking arrows Amenia townhall news. Internet watchdog claims Israel is behind a surveillance software that could be spying on computers in the US. Bob Agnew report. Researchers say an increasingly notorious brand of Israeli surveillance software is being used farther afield than previously known with possible. Infections detected around the world, the internet watchdogs citizen lab says it's used an internet survey technique to identify suspected spyware infections linked to the Israeli company NSO group.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Internet watchdog claims Israel is behind a surveillance software that could be spying on computers in the US. Researchers say an increasingly notorious brand of Israeli surveillance off whereas being used farther afield and previously known with possible infections detected around the world, the internet watchdog citizen lab says it's used an internet survey technique to identify suspected spyware infections linked to the Israeli company NSO group in forty five countries, including the US Britain, France, India and Turkey by your reporting. Chicago police officer partnered with Jason Van Dyke the night, he shot black teenager. La- McDonald is testifying Van Dyke murder trial whilst says after he and Van Dyke got out of the squad car to confront McDonald's. You saw the seventeen year old raises, right? Arm and swing that up to shoulder level in our direction McDonald had a small knife in his right hand the fatal shooting raised racial tensions in the city. News and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. Elizabeth smart says she's been assured that the woman who helped kidnap her when she was fourteen and stood by as she was sexually assaulted will be watched when she's released from prison. But in an interview on Tuesday on CBS this morning smart says she believes Wanda Barzi remains a danger, and she has doubts about bars released from prison concerned. Yeah, I'm very concerned for the community for the public as much as I am from myself. Elizabeth smart says she had doubts about our safety the minute. She met Barzi. I don't know just the feeling that kind of radiated from her just was dark, and it was evil. And I just knew that she she wasn't there to help me. But she wasn't there to protect me. Varzi was married to Brian David Mitchell when he kidnaps smart in.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hear the Tokyo edition of where are? You going BBC news with Neo. Nunez blueprints for three d. printed plastic handguns have been temporarily banned by a judge in the, United States the judicial order came hours before they were due to. Be available for download the judge said the publication of the blueprints could cause irreparable harm to US citizens President Trump. Is reportedly considering, tariffs of up to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth. Of Chinese goods, if an active the, staff could escalate further the trade dispute between the world's largest economies prosecutors say President Trump's. Ex campaign chairman Paul Manafort filed false tax returns and tries to. Hide millions of dollars in foreign banks the alleged that he used the money to. Fund a lavish lifestyle Mr. Manafort has pleaded not guilty to. Charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion eighty-five people have been injured in a plane crash in northern Mexico the governor of the northern state of Iran goes at the aero Mexico jet had been hit by a gust of wind, as it left the runway Amnesty International says one of its employees was targeted by hackers using Israel. Amid government surveillance software amnesty said it traced to the malware to sites linked to and is, rarely from the leader of Britain's main opposition labor party Jeremy called. In has issued an apology for appearing at events alongside people who compared Israel's actions in Gaza to the holocaust it. Demand it's emerged, that Mr. Corbin hosted a meeting in twenty ten where at least one. Speaker made the, comparison the president of, the Nigerian Senate book on us ARCHE has said he's joining the opposition People's Democratic Party. There's increasing discontent with president Muhammadu Buhari is leadership a ban on. Wearing Muslim face veils in public comes into force today in Denmark a rally is. Planned later involving both Muslim and non Muslim Danish women wearing, the niqab in protest at the measure BBC news Skyscrapers lean into the bright blue sky above, why pavements which, check ups At. Least with pedestrians hundreds Atari crossed the rates and it looks, like synchronized ballet This is downtown Tokyo in Japan My name's Catherine for the. BBC World Service is come here Townspeople one question I'm going to I'm going to enjoy. The on? Sense what's that those are, the. Hot springs Denver I don't? Know but it's a little, cloudy Lougee What's the name of the movie One nine.

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World shares mixed on fears of higher US tariffs on China

BBC World Service

07:03 min | 2 years ago

World shares mixed on fears of higher US tariffs on China

"Fake President Trump holds. A rally in Florida as its former campaign chief goes on trial in connection, with the, Russian. Election meddling inquiry adaptability the key to homo sapiens managed to survive. Were other species didn't it's like people can just do it like we were armed with the skill very shortly after reading Africa and the ability to figure out how to live in a very. Difficult environment very quickly, that's after, the news Other, Neil Nunez with the BBC news a judge in the United States has blocked. The online distribution of blueprints for the three d. printing, of, guns in June the Trump administration decided to. Allow the designs to be made available via the internet Peter Bowes has this report three d. printing is the process of making, a, physical, object from a three, dimensional digital model homemade. Guns made almost entirely a three d.. Printed plastic components known as go guns because unregistered untraceable and don't have serial, numbers in, June. The US government reached an agreement with a nonprofit grouping Texas allowing. It legally to publish gun blueprints online a judge in Seattle said he was blocking the distribution plan because it could cause irreparable harm to US citizens US media reports say sources close to President. Trump say he's consider During tariffs of up. To twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Sergeant stab good escalate the trade dispute between the world's two largest economies nNcholas Russia reports this would not be the first, time President Trump impose tariffs on Chinese imports but the goods targeted now would have. A bigger impact on consumers Mr. Trump had previously threatened Levy ten percent talks between Washington and Beijing have reached a standstill. And increased to twenty five percent Mike pressure China to return, to the negotiating table tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Are already in place and have been reciprocated an airliner, has, crashed on takeoff during a heavy hailstorm in. Northern Mexico injuring eighty-five people the governor of the state of Durango said the plane had been hit by a gust of wind, as, it, left the runway will, grant has more Many Mexicans feared the worst when they. Saw the first images of the smoking wreckage of the Eyadema Hueco flight in a field. Outside the airport in dude angle yet incredibly it appears to more than one hundred passengers and crew on board at, the time had an unlikely escape Who must immediately the reports of passengers walking away from the damaged plane and seeking help on, a nearby highway the state governor in Durango Jose Ross. Has said via Twitter there had been no casualties low the number of injured. And the extent of their injuries still isn't clear. The US homeland security secretary has welcomed the Facebook's decision, to shot to more than thirty accounts which are apparently aimed at influencing the midterm elections casting Nielsen said any attempts to interfere in elections was a direct attack on democracy for this book took down almost ten thousand posts it said it could not be certain of their source but some had links to accounts used by the Kremlin world news from the BBC Prosecutors in the trial of, President Trump's former election campaign manager Paul. Manafort say he filed, false tax returns and tries to hide millions of dollars in foreign banks they're accused him, of using the money to fund a luxury lifestyle Mr. Manafort has pleaded not guilty to charges of Bank fraud. And tax evasion Amnesty International says, one of its employees has. Been targeted in a hack using. Isreaeli made government surveillance software it said the employee was sent a message. About a protest which contained a link designed to allow the sender access to their device Agnes, decided had traced the malware decides sides linked to the. Israeli firm NSO group and in so at its technology was solely for the. Investigation and prevention of crime and terrorism but said. It would investigate Amnesty's claims a new study says climate, change will render densely populated areas of China uninhabitable by the end of the century William otter reports this study published by scientists in the US finds that. From twenty seventy, onwards the north China plain will be hit repeatedly by heat waves, so intense that healthy. Adults sitting in the shade could perish within six hours the area runs along the Yellow River and includes the cradle of Chinese civilization. Nearly half a billion people call it home while it borders mega cities like Beijing and Shanghai much of it is fertile farmland should the humidity from Evaporating irrigated fields combined with, the vising temperatures researchers say the plane. Could be the first, real casualty of climate change that's if global CO two emissions including China's own continue pace Abandon wearing Muslim face veils in public comes into force, today in Denmark the measure was. Passed by the Danish parliament. In may a protest rallies planned later involving both Muslim and non Muslim. Women wearing the niqab in defiance of the law police are able to. Order women wearing face coverings to, leave public areas BBC news Hello I'm Emilio San Pedro and this is the newsroom from the BBC World. Service last month the Trump administration gave the go-ahead controversially for the design of three d., plastic guns to be available to everyone online, that meant in. Theory anyone could, download the, blueprint for the plastic firearm plug it into a three d.. Printer and with the right. Materials. Instantly create a gun with no, background check required and today, the gun access advocacy group defense distributed was due to put these blueprints online but a, judge has now issued an order stopping this publication several US states including Massachusetts went to court to stop these plans for. Being made available it's attorney general is moral Healy, I think most people in this it's pretty outrageous that Sunday the. A department store by three d. printer take it home and look up these files and all of. A sudden they have made a gun and it's a matter of national. Security because Basically what the Trump administration, was going to do we're going to allow criminals and terrorists to make their own guns at home We think, it is wrong on so many levels and we're really pleased with this court issued disorder, and I think that that future courts if they're going to consider this will also. Come out the same way speaking outside court the Washington state attorney general. Bob Ferguson also welcomed the judge's ruling complete, total victory everything we asked for we got from judge last name to be clear we're asking for a nationwide temporary restraining order putting a halt to.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The lamb research probably somebody you've never had a major supply to you talking about their majors supplied to see us i'm say that supply to the memory chip industry they came out and said well we ought is we're going to be roughly equal in both parts of the look like is going to tail off a little bit in the second half got people going to maybe this is a sign of downton earnings coming up in a couple of weeks what are the expectations the expectations are revenue results between sixty and sixty two billion which would be about fifteen point five percent year over year growth phones how many are phones that's that's a good question more than i have in my closet but maybe tens of millions of phones it'll probably be i don't have the analysts estimates on phones sold yet because we're not quite at the time in the analyst but those out by it'll be fewer than the eighty million they sold in the in the holiday quarter it's going to be interesting to see they really need a year of your growth in the iphone the iphone ten combined with all these negative remarks from tsmc and the suppliers it's going to be a bad look for apple they don't hit it out of the park bloomberg tax mark gherman and an king both okay well twitter's bet on streaming video is beginning to pay off the social media platforms still trails facebook and monthly active users but an increasing number of advertisers are buying slots on the time line twitter's daily active users jumped twelve percent over the last quarter marking the fifth time in a row eight recorded double digit year over year growth twitter reports earnings next week shares are up thirty percent this year coming up here til may have ditched the valley for the mid west but he is not ditching the technology created we look at the secretive surveillance software in his tech empire next and if you like bloomberg news check us out on the radio listen on the bloomberg radio app bloomberg dot com in the us on sirius xm this is bloomberg how much.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on WCHS

"Human melton state from abc news i'm michelle franzen abc news has confirmed a special counsel robert muller hasn't panel the federal grand jury in washington dc at a campaign rally last night in west virginia the president called the russia story a quote total fabrication we know there are powerful forces in russia who wanna stop us but we won't let them the president leaves today on vacation at his golf club in new jersey but the russia probe remains front and center back in washington the ongoing investigation into russian election meddling ramping up the wall street journal first reported and abc news confirms that a grand jury has been secretly working for weeks in dc suggesting a new elevated faith in special counsel robert mothers investigation into whether president trump or any of his associates colluded with the kremlin the president's personal lawyer insists there are still no indication that the president is a target but the white house says they are quote fully committed to cooperating with the special counsel maggie rulli abc news washington the computer hacker who thwarted the wannacry attack that infected computers around the world in may has been arrested for distributing militias software marcus hutchins was arrested on his way home to the uk from las vegas where he was attending a cyber security conference computer law expert turek lynch says he's accused of selling would authorities call illegal surveillance software disney went in georgia all the dark web and sold the software chief thousand dollars to foreign carmakers of announced they'll team up on a new venture here in the us or japanese auto giants plan to build a new one point six billion dollar vehicleassembly plant in the united states a joint releases mazda and toyota will create jobs for four thousand americans who will turn out new crossover mazda vehicles and toyota corolla shook new.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Kboi news time seven sixteen time for headlines with rick worthington the president gelled his son may have been looking to gets a damaging information on hillary clinton from a kremlin connected lawyer during last year's campaign the new york times reports donald trump jr agreed to meet less summer with natalia vessel need sky a russian lawyer with ties to the kremlin soninlaw jared kushner and then campaign chair paul manafort also attended because the lawyer said she had damaging information on hillary clinton teasing that the democrat was getting help from russia the president sonic knowledge he attended the meeting according to the times but founded to be about adoption policies for russian children if kennedy trump were elected the idea that the kremlin was helping clinton flies in the face of us intelligence reports bob costantini washington could your smart phone be spying on you scott carr tells us cheer could security experts and civil liberties groups say there is no down governments around the world are using spyware to tap into smartphones taking screen judge reading emailed and tracking users phones typically become infected with surveillance software remotely when users are fooled into clicking on a link known hacker kevin mitnick says the hack wear to break into an iphone runs about one and a half million dollar injury exploits are much cheaper because it's much easier to exploit an android funds supposedly run about two hundred thousand dollars if you suspect your phone is infected he advises reload the phones firm wear widgery loads factory settings i'm scott carr hey let's see what's happening today.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The man responsible for a fatal shooting in pontiac this past week has been arraigned at the oakland county jail nineteen year old william john nelson was given no bond on four charges in including open murder a life felony nelson is due back in court come july seventeen president trump the vowing today via twitter to move forward in working constructively with russia including forming eight cyber security units after russian president vladimir putin denied any involvement in russia's interference in the twenty sixteen us election washington post reporter david knock o'meara says the president's continues to sow doubts into how serious he takes russia's interference in the election we did not see on this entire trip was president trump speaking in public and on you know declare hiring unequivocally that he believes russia did metal he's not going to stand for it and he told putin odd that russia was going to pay a price with instead it's all about working with russia cbs news we'll have more coming up at five o'clock a leading us senator is calling on the fda to regulate snore double chocolate new york senator chuck schumer once federal regulators to look into snowville chocolate powder also known as cocoa loko he's worried that it could prove harmful and is being marketed like a drug he sent a letter to the food and drug administration asking him to investigate the use of caffeine in inhalable food products the senate minority leader says the product has no clear health value cbs reporter miles miller could your smartphone be spying on eu security experts and civil liberty groups say there is no doubt governments around the world are using spyware to tap into smartphones taking screen jobs reading email and tracking users phones typically become infected with surveillance software remotely when you users are fooled into clicking on a link known hacker kevin mitnick says the hack wear to break into an iphone runs about one and a half million dollar enjoyed exploits are much cheaper because it's much easier to exploit an android funds supposedly run about two hundred thousand dollars if you suspect your phone is infected he advises reload the phones firm wear which loads fact cherie settings i'm scott carr three men working.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunday this president expects them to get this thing done whether it be before august recess or during august recess the president expects the senate to fulfill the promises it made to the american people speaking on face the nation senator john mccain says while he's president trump the bill to roll back obamacare will likely failed to pass the senate if you've shot out of the adversary are in the the opposite party you're gonna end up the same way obamacare did when they rammed it through with fixing votes only guess what we don't have sixty votes the housepassed bill in may to repeal the hill south carolina the administration is more helpful on revamping the nation's tax code treasury secretary steven mnuchin delegate ici's this week the tax reform will go forward plan is to have a full blown release of the plan and the beginning of september with being able to vote and getting this past before the end of a year spending bills also limbo not clear how leaders will find the votes to avert a federal default the alaska volcano observatory says a very active volcano all the illusion island chain the starting to caused the situation the agency says the bogus law volcano last erupted yesterday morning creating an ash cloud that rose more than five and a half miles above sea level that prompted officials to issue a red alert to aviators bogus law fas erupted periodically since middecember the experts awarding your phone may heavier security experts and civil liberty group say there is no doubt governments around the world are using spyware to tap into smartphones taking screen jobs reading emailed him tracking user phones typically become infected with surveillance software remotely when users are fooled into clicking on a link known hacker kevin mitnick says the hack wear to break into an iphone runs about one and a half million dollar enjoyed exploits are much cheaper because it's much easier to exploit an android funds supposedly run about two hundred thousand dollars if you suspect your phone is infected he advises reload the phones firm wear which loads factory settings i'm scott carr wbz news time to forty we remind you about wbz reporters round up every weekday beginning at twelve thirty.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In disguise security experts have civil liberty group say there is no doubt governments around the world are using spyware to tap into smartphones taking screen charts reading emails and tracking user typically become infected with surveillance software remotely when users are fooled into clerking at all link note hacker kevin mitnick says the hack where to break into an iphone runs about one and a half million dollar enjoyed exploits are much cheaper because it's much easier to exploit an android funds for those elite one about two hundred thousand dollars if you suspect your phone is infected he advisers realo the phones firm wear which loads factory settings i'm scott car caroline wozniacki spill the beans after winning her third round match at wimbledon she let it be known that our good friend serena williams has already set ground rules wants her baby is born was knack he apparently warn know candy and robert kusak and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the heads of the world's two largest economies seem intent on keeping things between them on an even keel president donald trump and chinese president xi jinping met on the sidelines of this weekend's g twenty meeting in hamburg germany trump tweeted the meeting which ran about ninety minutes was excellent and chinese officials suggested they were satisfied with the talks trump doesn't appear to have given up on a relationship despite recent posts on twitter blasting china for not moving fast enough to rein in north korean leader kim jong un european central bank is likely to decide on the next change in it stimulus setting in the fall when it will continue the process of tweaking its measures to reflect the euro area's upturn that according to governing council member francois via royal lower he was interviewed on bloomberg television yesterday testimony from federal reserve cheer janet yellen highlights this week's economic calendar bloomberg's karen moscow has more federal reserve chair janet yellen delivers a semiannual monetary policy report to congress i of the house financial services.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Disparaging remarks about him only msnbc breakfast show morning joe he also referred to seeing her bleeding badly from a facelift alcoa responded in washington anthony zirka says the comments are in keeping with mr trump's past behaviour whether it was him as a reality television show bit in on rosie o'donnell him as a candidate tweeting about the appearance of a fellow candidate carly fiorina iran all uh or now as president and what you see with donald trump is what you've got any clearly isn't going to change once again we have democrats and people in the media condemning them we have republicans expressing concern insane of beneath the dignity of the office the question is what happens next mentally so far we've it's we've seen that what happened snacks as donald trump keeps on being donald trump aegis doesn't change the white house has confirmed the donald trump will meet his roy russian counterpart vladimir putin next week on the sidelines of the g twenty summit in germany it'll be their first facetoface meeting no agenda has yet been sent researches in canada say that senior opposition politicians in mexico have been targeted by springing software as so to governments to fight criminals the mexican president and ricky opinion yet to recently denied that his government was involved in the installation of spyware in the mood alphand's of journalists lawyers and activists will grant reports the spy whisk antle in mexico is growing the incident watchdogs it revealed that government only available spyware had been installed into the mobile phones of journalists and human rights activists now says three opposition politicians have also been targeted among them is the head of the conservative pan ponti ricardo analia who allegedly received the same anonymous text message which and stools the israelimade pegasus surveillance software into the recipients cell phone he will grant will news from the bbc the family of the murdered russian opposition activist police nemtsov has said that the case remains unsolved after a jury found five kitchen men guilty of carrying out his contract killing a lawyer for the family said it was a fiasco that the mastermind behind the.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"System get rid of bad cholesterol from the blood studies in my show it helps stop the build up a fatty deposits in the arteries the first human trials are now underway that researchers say it will take six years before they know if the job is safe and effective enough to get regulatory approach evil world news from the bbc a group of prominent mexican journalists and activists file charges against the government accusing it of spying on them by hacking into their phones yes from nine plaintiffs came as the new york times published a report describing how a software known as pegasus was being used mexican officials have denied all the allegations john scott trail turn is from online researchers and activists citizen lab in mexico city this case highlights the extent to which which sophisticated government explosives by were is used to targets civil society we like to refer to this as the principle of misuse given time a sophisticated piece of surveillance software without oversight is likely to be misused elevators event driver has been killed after a group of migrants blocked the motorway near county with tree trunks he hit the back of a lorry that tactic has been used frequently in recent weeks by migrants trying to bring the traffic to a halt so they can stowaway on lorries bound for britain simon jones reports murray drivers hoping warning that increasing numbers of migrants supreme returning to calais desperate to get across the channel following the closure of the socalled jungle camp last year in the early hours of this morning part of the sixteen on the outskirts of the town was blocked with tree trunks the authorities in cali saying van registered in poland hit one of three lorries which would come to a halt and burst into flames the driver has not yet been identified nine mike grunts from eritrea were found in the back of one of the lorries and have been arrested simon jones reporting there are fears that soaring heat and portugal could reignite a deadly forest fire that has killed at least sixty four people in the pet drago grounded each and northeast of the capital lisbon authorities say about seventy percent of the blaze as is now under control that what remains is a source of great concern with high temperatures and windy conditions forecast bbc news thank you very much indeed.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Korean governor may got together with a tank firm by the name of wrong hug and they began to advertise a brand new tablet this past week and guess what they're calling it i know the ipad uh would you believe not made by apple of course uh the north korean tech company they just ripped off all of apples ideas and in terms of specs it's pretty far from matching apples ipad it has one giger ram eight gigs this storage runs on a one point two gigahertz quad core processor the memories loaded this they say a dictionary and forty government north korean approved apps k that's all it as we all know anything more about it i share it comes with government surveillance software i'll tell you that kim jongun is one bad apple are right the internet was going crazy over this new phone in the phone supposed to compete against the iphone is supposed to be the latest in greatest android phone and everybody was like what is it let's go owing on guy by the name of ending rubin invented it you don't know his name do era andy rubin as the creator of android ed he hasn't unveiled a brand new smartphone he says he working god it's called the sentul it's an android device the pacts they say some interesting features gonna go headtohead against apple in samsa first thing you noticed it is that the screen is curved bits says so close to the edge actually occurs around a selfie camera the big deal is that its modular it has magnetic connector's to the back so you can attach your accessories right there to the back of the phone like a three hundred and sixty degree camera the screams pretty hefty it's five point seven inches even larger than the iphone seven plus which is five and a half inches a rare cameras six thirteen mega pixels front a boast shoot for k video the price are you ready for seven hundred and forty.

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"surveillance software" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"surveillance software" Discussed on WCTC

"K that's all it as we all know anything more about it i share a comes with government surveillance software i'll tell you that kim i'm john is one bad apple are right the internet was going crazy over this new phone and the phone supposed to compete against the iphone is supposed to be the latest in greatest android phone and everybody was like what is it what's going on guy by the name of andy rubin invented it you don't know his name do era andy rubin as the creator of android ed he has unveiled a brand new smartphone he says he's working on it's called the essential it's an android device that they say some interesting features gonna go headtohead against apple samsung's first thing you noticed is at the screen is curved first so close to the edge actually occurs around a selfie camera the big deal is that its modular it has magnetic connector's to the back so you can attach your excess reach right there to the back of a phone like a three hundred and sixty degree camera the screams pretty hefty it's five point seven inches even larger than the iphone seven plus which is five and a half inches a rare cameras six thirteen mega pixels front aid both shoot for k video the price are you ready for seven hundred and forty nine dollars yes chink i definitely want want i definitely would not want to have my money wrapped up and this one i think the essential is essentially delay are right now this is really cool and you have to pay attention if you're listening on radio if you're watching the show i want you to pay attention to the videos that were showing you about how it all works because it's pretty amazing technology sony has a brand new projector with an interactive display it's called the experiments such now it looks like this really big harddrive but essentially projects and android tablet interface right onto a wall and that tablet interface that displayed is being projected as anywhere from 23 interest eighty inches now to project a 23 inches obviously has to close to wall that's when the magic happens they had this infrared sensor that detects movement and so the touch can detect.

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