With all the new technology we have nowadays, it’s probably a little harder for law enforcement to track down criminals.
Slowly but surely, communication companies are handing over our information to the police so that they can “surveillance” what were doing and what were talking about.
Thanks to Skype, the police can now spy on users conversations.
Find out how after the cut…
According to the Washington Post:
Skype, the online phone service long favored by political dissidents, criminals and others eager to communicate beyond the reach of governments, has expanded its cooperation with law enforcement authorities to make online chats and other user information available to police, said industry and government officials familiar with the changes.
Surveillance of the audio and video feeds remains impractical — even when courts issue warrants, say industry officials with direct knowledge of the matter. But that barrier could eventually vanish as Skype becomes one of the world’s most popular forms of telecommunication.
Officials of the United States and other countries have long pushed to expand their access to newer forms of communications to resolve an issue that the FBI calls the “going dark” problem.
The changes, which give the authorities access to addresses and credit card numbers, have drawn quiet applause in law enforcement circles but hostility from many activists and analysts.
You all that participate in “Skype-sex,” just know the perverted pigs may be watching!