Why the NSA will have a tougher time spying through the Xbox One Kinect sensor

Given all the allegations surrounding Microsoft’s supposed cooperation with the United States government on implementing the PRISM surveillance program, it’s not too far-fetched to worry that the National Security Agency could one day ask Microsoft for access to video feeds of users’ living rooms through the Xbox One Kinect sensor. The reason this is so potentially worrisome is that the new Kinect has the ability to reveal even more sensitive information than other data allegedly collected by the government, especially since Microsoft says the new Kinect is designed to monitor your mood by looking ”at microfluctuations in the blood underneath your skin” and zooming “into your face to show if you’re neutral or smiling.” It goes without saying that such surveillance would be far more

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