China treated tech giants as useful idiots; now that China has what it wants, they are being thrown under the bus. However, most Technocrat billionaires believe that China has the best model for global governance so there is the aspect of total complicity as well.
Both China and Russia have gone ‘dark’, shutting off major parts of the Internet that insures privacy and access to global content. The clear intent is to limit dissent against their governments, leaving propaganda in its place.
This is the worst possible news for privacy advocates because Apple has chosen to help China, a Technocracy, to censor its citizens. This action follows Apple’s battle with U.S. Intel over encryption of its iPhone, which now seems hollow. Worse, if Apple will cave to China’s political demands, it could cave to anyone else.
China will be the first super-power to implement total surveillance on all of their 1.4 billion citizens, which is a necessary goal in order to perfect their Technocracy. To a Technocrat, actual proof of committing a crime is not necessary for you to deserve punishment. History is riddled with genocidal behavior based on baseless suspicions, physical and mental characteristics and behavior patterns. As China perfects this technology, it will spread to the rest of the world like wildfire.
Under the guise of improved public safety, police may soon be able to download the entire contents of your smartphone containing your most personal and intimate information. This is a massive violation of a person’s Constitutional right to privacy. Are Technocrats concerned? Not in the least.
Dubai is leading the world to launch Technocracy: Green economy, Sustainable Development, Smart Cities, Total Surveillance, etc. The Arab world is experiencing a renaissance in science and technology and has fully embraced the UN’s Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy.
TN has repeatedly stated that the intelligence community in America has gone rogue, taken over by Technocrats who have their own agenda to re-engineer society after their own vision. The problem is that their vision is a crackpot view of Utopia that promises everything but delivers nothing.
This is the most draconian surveillance program in the world, next to China’s advanced Technocracy. Abe would prosecute ‘criminals’ before they commit a crime, based on surveillance data. Privacy advocates are up in arms, and even the United Nations thinks Abe has gone too far.
Can a person be forced to supply incriminating evidence against themselves? Not according to the Constitution, but judges are taking a different interpretation. Truly, this man could be guilty, but it is up to the state to prove its case and supply its own evidence. The defendant should not be forced to testify against himself.
If surveillance AI fails to catch the criminal before he acts, it will certainly catch him after the crime is committed. Some will say this spells the end of crime, but it will also put innocent people in jail with little right to appeal. Will judges and juries be automated as well?