Police spying app

 

Strange things are afoot among the developer team at Argos, it’s just not clear if an ill-judged lunchtime trip to the boozer, hijincks related to the recent £1.4bn takeover by Sainsbury’s or a rogue staffer are to blame.

The iOS Argos app, updated on 25 September, stated employees had been “burning the midnight oil in stores painting all the little blue pens a resplendent orange… only joking, they’re actually pencils.

“Above and beyond that massive, and mainly fictional, undertaking we also managed to squeeze in some big improvements on our Search and Browse journeys,“ it added.

Police spying app

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Police suspect the four imams used their position to spy on supporters of Fethullah Gülen, the religious leader President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses of being behind last year’s failed coup.

All four men are employees of Ditib, a Turkish government agency that funds mosques and provides imams for the Turkish community in Germany.

Strange things are afoot among the developer team at Argos, it’s just not clear if an ill-judged lunchtime trip to the boozer, hijincks related to the recent £1.4bn takeover by Sainsbury’s or a rogue staffer are to blame.

The iOS Argos app, updated on 25 September, stated employees had been “burning the midnight oil in stores painting all the little blue pens a resplendent orange… only joking, they’re actually pencils.

“Above and beyond that massive, and mainly fictional, undertaking we also managed to squeeze in some big improvements on our Search and Browse journeys,“ it added.

The limitless possibilities of new technology are allowing people to fight back against police abuse like never before.  Not only can people record occurrences of police brutality, but there are also dozens of apps that are designed to help you stay a few steps ahead of “the man”.

Out of the many helpful apps that can be found on Cop Block’s apps page , a GPS app called “Waze” is one of the most helpful for pinpointing the location of police and reporting police sightings to other drivers.  When someone sees a police car or a speed trap somewhere along their route, they can make a report alerting other drivers in the area about the police activity.

There is even an option that allows you to type in a message that gives a better description of where the police are and what they are doing.  This option also allows activists to send out witty messages to their fellow travelers, such as, “warning: state mercenaries extorting civilians near exit 7”.

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A new app allowing parents to look at their children's call history, text messages and internet use will soon launch in Australia.

But Australian police are warning that while the threat to children from online predators is real, spy apps allowing parents to track their children's smartphone usage are not a 'silver bullet' and could breach trust.

"There's too many paedophiles and bad people out there that try to take advantage of girls, and girls this age, that I really don't think we're invading their privacy."