Canadian Inventor Lets Everyone Be an Armchair Spy (washingtonpost.com).
TORONTO– New Internet-based technology could soon turn regular
computer users into armchair spies, a Canadian inventor said on Monday.
Tao, an engineer at Toronto's York University said he has invented a
mapping and surveillance tool called SAME (see anywhere, map anywhere),
that produces images so sharp that geographic co-ordinates typed into a
Web site can reveal the make of a car parked on the street. [Privacy Digest: Privacy News (Civil Rights, Encryption, Free Speech, Cryptography)]