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Is spy software invading our privacy?
February 13, 2013
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February 13, 2013
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• The technology has been nicknamed 'Google for spies'
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By Kathryn Richardson
CREATED by US defence contractor, Raytheon, the technology relies on sites such as Facebook and Twitter for detailed information.
Fears exist that the powerful software could be used by governments to monitor and control people online after Raytheon shared the system, called Rapid Information Overlay Technology or Rapid, with the US government in 2010.
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