Type: video/mp4Language: EnglishRuntime: 3 hr. 23 min.Country of origin: United StatesReleased: 2014Genre: documentary, crime, thriller, film reviewer’s choice, dramaWatch this movie for free. Lady, what movie? — The Dissident Voice We spend more time with the unsuspecting than the guilty, but our first name is not mercy. Then, as our devices become smarter, we must be more vigilant to protect our privacy, our freedom, and ultimately, ourselves. Betrayal doesn’t happen in a vacuum. It takes collaborators, powerful companies, and the government to create the conditions that permit it. Over the last decade, some of the very things we thought would never happen in the United States – from computerized voting to hooliganism at football matches – have come true.
Last week, a Florida man streamed the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament while enjoying a local performance of the Broadway hit “Hamilton.”
The streaming of a theater performance was a clear violation of the rules by the operator of the chair and also possibly by the operator of the remote device (aka the wireless listening device).
All that is required is a device with a legitimate Wi-Fi connection and a connection with the operator of the chair, be it a human or an app.
Critics of the technology warn that advanced AI could be used by hackers to trick the device’s microphone into hearing their conversation.
This is a problem that is not unique to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament.
We have all seen the warnings on new phones, tablets, cars and other devices: “This device is a radio receiver, not a listening device.” But these warnings are routinely ignored or, worse, disregarded.
The extent to which hackers or criminals can use our newly-developed technologies seems to be growing by the week.
This is a growing problem.
At least three long-time U.S. intelligence officials, including two former directors of the CIA and a current senior CIA official were forced to resign due to the exposure of classified information that they obtained while monitoring or hacking into computers in use by foreign government or companies operating within that country.
Needless to say, that information was then published or leaked to U.S. media via a variety of means. 0b46394aab