The device that allows the MIT to surveil Kurdish politicians
Turkish state’s intelligence and police services have been surveilling Kurdish Political Movement members with a device that has an inbuilt memory card and GPS.
Turkish state’s intelligence and police services develop new methods to surveil Kurdish Political Movement politicians, party administrators and other members constantly. The new palm-sized GPS device is used to surveil Kurdish patriots and politicians.
Reports say the device is mounted on the underside of vehicles with magnets and record where people go, when they go and what route they take.
Long-term political activists and newcomers alike are being surveilled in this manner.