Whose Zambian phone number is on the Pegasus spyware list?

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With over 50, 000 mobile numbers claimed all over the world to be on NSO spyware software whose Zambian phone number is on the Pegasus Project Data? The quick answer is – Is Pegasus spyware even here in Zambia? This information technology content is localized and part of Lensesview simple review updates about world technology…

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Microsoft and Google Collect Too Much Data About You

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According to the Infographic from Securitybaron.com Microsoft and Google are the big players collecting massive data about their users. Have you ever wondered just how much data Google has on you? The results are quite disturbing. While Facebook collects data with demographic path Amazon is more interested in the ability to track your government ID…

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Security Top News From Last Week – Teenager Hacks Apple Servers

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Some highlights of Security top news from last week in the computer security world On data privacy – In Zambia Road Traffic and Safety Agency secretly installed cameras to monitor traffic and motorists catch overspeeding and road law breakers Security threats you need to be aware about Last week, news broke that an Australian teenager…

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RTSA Reveals Hidden Security and Speed Cameras Mounted In Lusaka

RTSA hidden cameras in Lusaka

RTSA’s hidden cameras in Lusaka reveal the institution had mounted and spied on the motorists without their consent and awareness. ‘Speed cameras and speed sign posters on roadsides are important warning features for road safety. They must be visible and talk to drivers loudly. Surprisingly here in Lusaka, speed cameras seem to be hidden. Motorists…

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Best Sci-fi movie to watch now on Netflix in Zambia

Anon movies about technology

Watching Netflix in Zambia.  Andrew Niccol’s latest catch  “Anon,” available on Netflix and accessible in Zambia, takes a spin on the idea of “the mind’s eye,”. The movie envisions a not-too-distant future in which our first-person perspective is always on record.  What’s more interesting is that Anon says our brains are truly like computers and…

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