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Surveillance Tech Is an Open Secret at CES 2020

Companies like Cyberlink and ZeroKey proudly showcased products that could track people and objects

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CCES targets a strange place between consumers and businesses. Vendors may want to advertise a product that customers will see on store shelves, but just as often they’re selling services directly to businesses.




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Eric Ravenscraft

Eric Ravenscraft

Eric Ravenscraft is a freelance writer from Atlanta covering tech, media, and geek culture for Medium, The New York Times, and more.

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