The US intelligence agencies are facing fresh embarrassment after WikiLeaks published what it described as the biggest ever leak of confidential documents from the CIA detailing the tools it uses to break into phones, communication apps and other electronic devices.
Fuente: WikiLeaks publishes ‘biggest ever leak of secret CIA documents’ | Media | The Guardian
It’s difficult to buy a new TV that doesn’t come with a suite of (generally mediocre) “smart” software, giving your home theater some of the functions typically found in phones and tablets. But bringing these extra features into your living room means bringing a microphone, too — a fact the CIA is exploiting, according to a new trove of documents released today by Wikileaks.
Fuente: Wikileaks Dump Shows CIA Could Turn Smart TVs into Listening Devices
Facebook says it will make public a mapping project that uses artificial intelligence to identify places in the world where people live.
Fuente: MWC 2016: Facebook uses AI to map people’s homes – BBC News
In an Internet of Things world, every home appliance could be turned into a listening post. That’s why the Apple case matters.
Fuente: The Apple Case Will Grope Its Way Into Your Future – The New York Times
Your computerized things are talking about you behind your back, and for the most part you can’t stop them—or even learn what they’re saying.
Fuente: The Internet of Things That Talk About You Behind Your Back | Motherboard