Looks like that busybody peering over your shoulder on the subway isn’t the only one keeping tabs on your Candy Crush progress. The government could also be watching as you play — and stealing your location, age, sex and other information.
Yes, new shit has come to light regarding NSA surveillance. The New York Times and ProPublica have learned in their continued perusal of Edward Snowden-leaked documents that the government is spying not only on our calls, texts and metadata, but also on our very apps.
News Corp. iPad tabloid The Daily used drone-enabled photography to capture images from natural disaster-stricken regions more impressive than those of any other news outlet without a helicopter. But the exclusives, not to mention the geeky street cred, could be coming to an end.
According to Forbes, the Federal Aviation Read More
Rupert Murdoch’s pet project, The Daily, has some impressive aerial footage today of the devastation in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, which was obtained with an unusual tool.
The Observer was the first to report, back in November, that the staff of the iPad app was working with “a journalistic secret weapon,” the Read More