A German researcher known as Starbug has demonstrated that it is possible to extract a smartphone PIN code from a selfie image.
A security researcher demonstrated how to hack a satellite tracking technology with a $1,000 device made of off the shelf components.
At this moment, there are likely many eyes on you. If you are reading this article in a public place, a surveillance camera might be capturing your actions and even watching you enter your login information and password. Suffice it to say, being watched is part of life today.
Four possible future arise from the intersection of two competing approaches to technologies. These are the surveillance and sousveillance approaches.
Suddenly, rather than an abstract and science fictional notion, sousveillance is something that makes intuitive sense to everyone who follows the daily news.
The emergence of sousveillance is a wonderful example — suddenly, rather than an abstract and science fictional notion, it’s something that makes intuitive sense to everyone who follows the daily news.