New Jersey police make citizens’ phones into surveillance devices

New Jersey police make citizens’ phones into surveillance devices


in New Jersey Police Department has
unveiled technology that allows 911 operators to stream video from callers
smartphones sounds like a good idea at first but where does the surveillance
stop Gloucester Township police s new 911 eye emergency dispatch system lets
emergency service operators see video live streamed from a caller as phone
giving first responders an idea of what they were getting into before anyone is
sent to the scene Fernau the caller has to activate deliver stream with a link
sent by the 911 dispatcher which allows operators to use the phone as camera and
microphone but this is the first step down a very slippery slope 911 I
developed by capital city of solutions and services in conjunction with West
Midlands Fire Service in York represents a step toward frankly terrifying
surveillance infrastructure that can turn any internet-capable device into a
remote activated surveillance tool West Midlands Police were the first to
embrace pre-crime technology in the are developing the national data analytics
solution to sniff out potential offenders and divert them with
ostensibly therapeutic interventions if the fact that it was developed by
decreto behind the real-life version of a Minority Report is in Jena freezin to
give 911 a wide berth take a look at carbine one of its competitors funded by
deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein through former Israeli PM Ahad Barak
carbine markets itself as the solution to Massachusetts shootings we program
funded by current and former Israeli intelligence personnel which is an Fiat
all worries them given that this country spies on the US so extensively it scares
Congress let’s the emergency dispatchers commandeer the camera and microphone of
any internet capable device within a certain range of the current American
investors include Peter Thiel whose company polenta has been described as
using war on terror tools to track American citizens and it’s advisory
board includes Patriot Act co-author Michael Chertoff
the former Department of Home and security chief at least two US
counties have reportedly adopted carbine despite obvious privacy issues and the
fact that while most of its employees and personnel have military intelligence
connections few have a background in emergency services of course bad actors
don t need an emergency services up to turn your phone into a spine device
visually spyware manufacturer and sir group s pegasus software has been
wielded against human rights campaigners journalists and even politicians by
governments including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates according to
Amnesty International which has sued the company for allowing its software to be
weaponized against peaceful activists and how does Pegasus work the hacker
sends the target a link and as soon as they click on it
the hacker can use the target as smartphone camera and microphone as
surveillance devices which sounds an awful lot like 911 i s business model
but you can trust them they really police and they re here to help

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