WiFi Device Can See Through Walls: “Track a Human by Using Body as an Antenna Array”

As if things weren’t creepy enough already. A new application of WiFi could take surveillance to the next level. WiFi already makes a perfectly good tracking device – government and law enforcement agencies already collect location data from phones and computers – but ultimately, its accuracy is weak. Now, MIT tech geeks have found a way to pinpoint location and track complex movement patterns with far greater accuracy – and what’s more, it can track people’s steps through walls, and the individuals or groups don’t even need to carry a cell phone! As Activist Post reports, Researchers continue to pursue invisible, pervasive ways to track human beings. […] Now there might be a new concern on the horizon – public WiFi signals that can identify and track groups of individuals, even if they are not holding a personal connected device. Holy… tracked and followed, with no cell phones even […] Read More