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Computer and electrical engineering professor Stephen Wicker described how cellular technology, particularly in smart phones, has resulted in an erosion of privacy among public and private individuals, November 7, 2013 at an Inside Cornell media event. Such surveillance has created a demand for surveillance-proof cellular technology, which could hit the marketplace in two years or less.
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