Washington Post Data Viz on NSA access points to global info infrastructure
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HOW THE NSA IS INFILTRATING PRIVATE NETWORKS. The NSA, working with its British counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), secretly taps into the internal networks of Yahoo and Google, the two biggest Internet companies by overall data traffic.
How the NSA is infiltrating private networks By Barton Gellman, Todd Lindeman and Ashkan Soltani, Published: Oct. 30, 2013
Great infographic: "How the #NSA is #infiltrating private networks"
How the NSA is infiltrating private networks - The Washington Post
How It Works 101 - How the NSA is Infiltrating Private Networks.
NSA hacking - an infographic from The Washington Post
How the NSA is spying on Google’s internal network
How the NSA is infiltrating private networks.
Are there examples of high tech and highly authoritarian countries?
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Internet penetration is never correlated with increasing power to dictators, and is often correlated with increased freedom
cartoon of cellphones vs. riot police...(anyone know source?)
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Until just recently, it would have been illegal in Illinois to record audio of police officers without their permission.
Blue Coat surveillance tech pops up in on lots of public networks, including those in countries where sanctions supposed to be in place!
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The Changing Landscape of Digital Surveillance
OECD forecasted #IoT device list for "average family" in 2017 and 2022
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smart network devices
A world map of the Carna Botnet's measurements of some 460 million IP addresses that responded to ping requests in June and October 2012. IP addresses shouldn't be confused with individual computers online -- they can harbour a number of devices. The colors indicate worldwide Internet usage, from blue (less) to red (more).
Image from the "internet census" by hacker