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The qr-filetransfer project provides software to transfer files over Wi-Fi from your computer to a mobile device by scanning a QR code without leaving the terminal.
- MIT/X11 License
Where Are The Eyes is a program for detecting and mapping surveillance cameras. Users mark cameras on their phone as they walk past them, and build a shared global map of surveillance. It is used to help activists in two ways -- to increase awareness of surveillance and authoritarian practices, and to plan activist movements.
- Revised BSD License