Gov't Announces Plan to Legally "Hack" 200 Million Devices

By Crowdability, on Friday, February 8, 2019

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Gov't Announces Plan to Legally "Hack" 200 Million Devices

The Japanese government just revealed plans to hack into the devices of 200 million of its citizens. Japan insists this is a matter of security ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics — but to us, it seems like a gross invasion of privacy. Where does this end? »


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