By Aaron Kesel
(Activist Post) A new app lets you see cameras, Bluetooth beacons and smart speakers around you and help you opt out of data collection.
With an increase of surveillance like real-time facial recognition technology throughout the city of London, and the U.S. also implementing the tech among other biometrics in the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta, as well as apps like Amazon’s Ring and smart devices, there needs to be a way to watch the watchers. →
Read more & video: “A Privacy Infrastructure for the Internet of Things” (2:42) via — Activist Post