‘Riot’ software developed to monitor people on social networks is as sinister as it sounds. We need legal safeguards, and fast
Separating paranoia from healthy caution in the 21st century is only getting harder, as it gets easier and easier for governments and corporations to track our online behaviour. The latest development, revealed by the Guardian, is that defence giant Raytheon has created software capable of tracking people based on information posted to social networks . . .
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