Edward Snowden made an app to detect intruders

Whistleblower Edward Snowden recently built an app that sends notifications to your personal phone in the event that your laptop or other stuff was tampered with. This app turns your mobile device into a kind of motion sensor, giving you real-time information when someone accesses your device. The app could also tell you when someone had entered a room without you knowing or if your belongings were moved.

If for instance you leave your laptop at home or at an office, you can place your Haven phone on top of the laptop, and when Haven detects motion, light, or movement it logs what happened. Also, it takes photos, records sound, even takes down changes in light or acceleration, and then sends notifications to your main phone. These information logged isn’t stored in the cloud, and the notifications are sent to your main phone are end-to-end encrypted over Signal.  more about this app on the featured video above

Edward Joseph Snowden is an American computer professional born June 21, 1983. He was a former CIA employee, and former contractor for the US Government who copied classified information from the United States National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013 without prior authorization. The information revealed numerous global surveillance programs, many run by the NSA and Five Eyes with the cooperation of telecommunication companies and European governments. His revelations were the start of a series of global surveillance disclosures.

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