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Stasis: Audi tuning to the extreme

Tuning company Stasis makes Audis go very, very quickly indeed. Its story starts in the 90's, with a couple of guys and a broken Audi.

By October 24, 2013


Stasis: Taking Audis and making them better

Stasis specialises in Audi tuning, we find out how they do that and what results they can get.

October 24, 2013


Ex-Stasi boss green with envy over NSA's domestic spy powers

For Wolfgang Schmidt, who used to head East Germany's feared spy service, the NSA's reported spy program "would have been a dream come true."

By June 28, 2013


European leaders lash out at US over data snooping

Following reported revelations of the US spying on allies, some European officials say it's now more difficult to trust the US.

By October 25, 2013


Meet the 'Corporate Enemies of the Internet' for 2013

Paris-based Reporters Without Borders names five companies as "digital mercenaries" that have decided to sell their surveillance technology to authoritarian regimes.

By March 11, 2013


Predicting the most unlikely tech events that will happen in 2013

Mobile, mobile, mobile. That's where everything is going, so the clever people conclude. But surprises do sometimes happen. Big surprises.

By December 30, 2012


Is your bus bugged for sound?

As if video surveillance isn't enough, local authorities are now listening in to conversations on public transport. Yes, even those nice cable cars in San Francisco soon may not be immune.

By December 12, 2012


Canadian airport to bug travelers' conversations

Ottawa airport installs microphones that are intended to, quite simply, bug private conversations between travelers. Might this be slightly intrusive? Or just plain creepy?

By June 16, 2012


WikiLeaks files expose surveillance-industrial complex

WikiLeaks highlights surveillance-industrial complex, including French company selling a "centralized intelligence system gathering all information" from an entire country's network.

By December 1, 2011


School accused of off-campus Webcam spying

A Philadelphia-area school district has deactivated the Webcams in school-issued laptops after a lawsuit accuses it of remotely activating the cameras to watch students' behavior at home.

By February 18, 2010