lördag 31 maj 2014

USA: Kvinna fick böter efter kommentar på Facebook - Myndigheter snokar överallt

En kvinna i USA sa i en Facebook-kommentar i en privat tråd, att hon skulle ta med sin hund till en s.k. hundpark...
För att vistas i parken skall man egentligen betala och köpa biljetter först. En av den amerikanska statens glada snokande tjänstemän som läste kommentaren, uppfattade det som om kvinnan redan varit i hundparken utan att betala.

Kvinna fick därefter 50 dollar i böter från USA:s myndigheter och ett brev som förklarade att staten sett hennes erkännande på en socialt forum (Facebook) där kvinnan medgivit att hon vistats i en hundpark utan att betala...

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 USA: Kvinna fick böter efter kommentar på Facebook - Myndigheter snokar överallt

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  1. --German spy agency to ‘monitor Facebook, Twitter in real-time’--

    June 1, 2014

    Source: RT

    Germany’s spy agency is working on a 300 million euro project that would extend its digital espionage program and allow the monitoring of Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks in real-time, according to documents obtained by local media.

    “This year, the BND {German foreign intelligence agency) intends to improve its technological methods in order to be able to systematically analyze blogs, online forums and portals, such as Flickr, Facebook and Twitter…[where] messages, pictures and further data are exchanged among members,” German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported. Broadcasters NDR and WDR had similar reports, citing confidential files.

    According to the German media sources, the BND is seeking to form a “more exact picture of the situation abroad” and “better understand political and social developments abroad by gathering online communication [from those areas].”

    Dubbed ‘Real time analysis of streaming data,’ the project will be part of the Strategic Technology Initiative (SIT) and is reportedly due to run until at least 2020.
    In addition to the increased internet surveillance, the BND also plans to improve technology for automatic face image and biometric recognition.

    It is reported that the methods the BND plans to use will be partly based on those practiced by the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).

    The BND’s project would allegedly also include the analysis of metadata – an NSA practice which came to light after Edward Snowden’s revelations.
    According to the reports, the program would be granted a 300 million euro (US$409 million) budget which Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag, is set to approve in the coming weeks.[...]





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