Wired has a fun story about an Austrian hacker group called Quintessenz that found various ways to mess with their country's closed-circuit surveillance cameras. Partly they were just blinding the cameras various ways, but more interesting is that the group found a way to intercept and decrypt the video signals—bringing to mind David Brin's (increasingly prescient-seeming) Transparent Society.
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