Aug 242017
 August 24, 2017  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

BBC reports:

A French company offering “invisible PC spy software” has been criticised after it said its product could be used “to find out if your son is gay”.

Listing a series of “clues”, the company, Fireworld, suggested that “hacking his Facebook account” and seeing if he had visited gay websites could confirm a parent’s suspicions.

The company has since taken down the article.

Read more on BBC.

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