Millimeter-wave radar can ‘see’ things inside you car that a camera cannot detect, tracking even more of your driving habits and things like your respiration and heart rate. When cars communicate to other cars, how will this data be protected?
Total Surveillance Society
Just wait until police get ahold of this technology and require you to ‘don the helmet’ during routine traffic stops. Oh wait, this is only Facebook, not the government.
Reading emotions is akin to phrenology, or reading the bumps on your head to predict mental traits. Both are based on simplistic and faulty assumptions which could falsely scar an individual for life.
The U.S. Post Office is a loose cannon when it comes to spying on Americans: it answers to no-one and can perform warrantless collection of data on every single piece of mail. Furthermore, it can and will give any data to other federal agencies who request it.
Who isn’t tracking you these days? Technocrats thrive on data, without which their precious AI programs will sit there like inert rocks. National privacy legislation is desperately needed.
Shocking revelations about Big Tech deception is turning into a trend that seems endemic. The term “pathological liars” is gaining strength as an accurate descriptor. Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, etc., are openly revealing their love for Technocracy.
All 17 Intel agencies in the U.S, including the FBI. are captive to Technocrats who are on a rampage for data. All data. Once a national DNA database is built, it will leak to corporate giants who are already lusting to get their hands on it. In the meantime, a police state and Scientific Dictatorship are forming right before our eyes.
This might be a case of the kettle calling the pot black, but the point is well-taken: Amazon has no guarantee that it doesn’t listen to and store every conversation that you have in front of its Alexa device.
Trump nominee for AG, William Barr, is no friend of the U.S. Constitution. His record on warrantless surveillance will encourage mass government surveillance of innocent American citizens, gutting the protections of the Fourth Amendment.
Without data, AI computer algorithms are as inert as solid granite. Thus, the harvesting of data – mountains of data – is necessary for s Technocrat to see his baby run and show off. Thus, your data becomes their right and privacy becomes meaningless.