If George Orwell and Stan Lee sat down to dream up a superdevice for trashing personal freedom and privacy, they'd probably come up with something like the Stingray. The device, manufactured in Melbourne, Florida, allows police to target suspects based on their cell phone signals. If that isn't en ... More >>
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