U.S. Government spy planes use ‘augmented reality’ software as they fly above major US cities and ‘target Muslim areas’

Thursday, April 7, 2016
By Paul Martin

Software works via plane’s cameras and superimposes details onto screen
FBI can also track the mobile phones of residents below during the flights
‘Target’ areas such as the San Bernardino mosque after December attack
Government accused of ‘secret’ surveillance but FBI insists it is legitimate

7 April 2016

U.S. Government aircraft are using ‘augmented reality’ software during flights as they circle above major cities and ‘target’ Muslim areas.

The software, which works through the spy plane’s high resolution cameras, can be used by pilots to superimpose information – including the names of house owners and businesses – onto their screens.

FBI and Homeland Security can also track the mobile phones of the residents below as dozens of aircraft take to the skies each day.

The flights are also believed to ‘target’ specific areas, with one San Bernardino mosque circled over repeatedly in the week after the shooting in the city in December last year.

An analysis of flight data by Buzzfeed News showed three FBI aircraft circling above the mosque the day after the attack on December 2, with some remaining above for up to three hours.

The incident, which saw 14 people gunned down by husband and wife Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, took place at the Inland Regional Center, around 10 miles away. Farook is believed to have attended the mosque.

An area with a high proportion of Afghans in Fremont, California, also saw a higher frequency of activity while in Minneapolis, the Somali population was largely watched, the data showed.

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