We live in a world driven by computers. Our phones, our cars, our houses are equipped with them and soon our own bodies. What will happen if we don’t learn to control them?
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Many otherwise well-informed people think they have to do something wrong, or stupid, or insecure to get hacked—like clicking on the wrong attachments, or browsing malicious websites. People also think that the NSA and its international partners are the only ones who have turned the internet into a militarized zone. But according to research I am releasing Read more
In March 2010, Hojjatollah Behrouz, managing director of the Tehran Traffic Control Company, was quoted as saying that 550 cameras are now watching the streets and, in the course of a five-year plan, their number should hit 1,400 in order to cover the whole city. The so called “Smart Systems” include special cameras monitoring traffic restricted zones, visual control cameras, and multipurpose billboards.