Surveillance takes on different character when it trickles down to more ordinary, everyday users. The significance and threat from IMSI-catchers is multiplied when a lot more people can deploy one using cheap tech from Amazon and free code from Github.
Data obtained through a Freedom of Information Act style-request shows Finnish companies exporting powerful surveillance technology to Mexico, Colombia, and the United Arab Emirates.
The RCMP spent years refusing to confirm the existence of their cell tower simulators. A new investigation reveals details of their long-running program.
A new report sheds more light on the use of Stingrays in Canada.
Police in Canada have been using IMSI catchers for years, but they only just realized that they needed permission.
Plenty of people use free Android apps to try and spot IMSI catchers, but research shows the apps can be circumvented.
Cellphone surveillance technology has been a closely guarded secret in Canadian law enforcement. But it doesn’t always work, and that can make it hard to defend yourself in court.
New documents show how the Canadian cops are still obfuscating on their use of Stingrays.
Records obtained through FOIA reveal the device, nicknamed a "DRTbox", was used to track suspects at least 12 times, but failed to locate them in five.
The leaked picture confirms that cops and feds hide these powerful surveillance devices inside police cars.
Police in Ontario’s biggest cities have received hundreds of thousands of dollars for surveillance equipment. We can’t tell you how they spent it.