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Database Your Face: Drones to Employ Facial Recognition, Ending Anonymity

Big Brother, Editorialele editiei, English section, Lucruri de stiut  | 1 iunie 2013 | Aciduzzul
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Nicholas West
In a matter of just a few years, we have gone from drones in American skies being a conspiracy theory, to drones being openly debated by Congress for full deployment over the U.S. by 2015. However, you know things have gone to a new level when establishment media begins covering the full range of privacy-ending capabilities employed by drones matched with biometric databases … inside America. A recent Associated Press article, reposted at major corporate media sites such as Business Insider, surprisingly grasps the near totality of what is being planned in much the same way as we have been covering in the alternative media for some time. Entitled, “Drones With Facial Recognition Technology Will End Anonymity, Everywhere,” citeste si comenteaza

Big Brother: Your Television is Watching You

Big Brother, English section  | 14 decembrie 2012 | Aciduzzul
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Susanne Posel
Joining the ranks of private sector corporations assisting in the expansion of Big Brother surveillance in the US, Verizon has patented technology that turns a DVR into a personal spying tool to watch Americans in their own homes. Verizon is calling this endeavor FierceCable that is able to display “acute sensitivity in customers’ living rooms: argument sounds prompt ads for marriage counseling, and sounds of cuddling.” Verizon explains: “If the detection system determines that a couple is arguing, a service provider would be able to send an ad for marriage counseling to a TV or mobile device in the room. If the couple utters words that indicate they are cuddling, they would receive ads citeste si comenteaza

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