A new article by Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan was published in Wired magazine.

The article examines Russian surveillance technologies and their use in countries around the world, including Canada, Ecuador, Kazakhstan and the United States. Voice recognition, data grabbing and face spotting are just some of the technologies that are in use.

The article is part of a series of investigative pieces on Russia’s surveillance state by Agentura.Ru, Citizen Lab and Privacy International.

See here and here for the other articles in the joint investigation.