The final invasion of personal privacy: The bedroom, bathroom and closet. Amazon’s Echo Look will take pictures of you, analyze your ‘look’ with AI, and tell you if you are ‘looking good.’ Sadly, millions of gullible women will buy one of these intrusive devices.
Total Surveillance Society
Neurotech scientists are rapidly mapping the brain and discovering new ways of controlling your thoughts and memories. Remember, Technocrats push the envelope because they can, without caring one whit about the collateral damage to humanity.
The FBI routinely swears police agencies to secrecy regarding their fake cell phone tower technology that is used to spy on American citizens. Why? Because they know there would be a massive public outcry against such snooping if it were fully exposed. A certain sign of Technocrats-at-work is a stubborn resistance to tell anyone what they are working on.
Facial recognition software in America will become ubiquitous during the Trump Administration, thanks to Technocrats who gleefully embrace any political help to advance their agenda of global Technocracy. The Trump Administration apparently has no visibility of the Technocrat agenda.
Little by little, everything that is supposed to be secure is getting broken open or hacked by the Intelligence community, in this case Bitcoin’s blockchain.
Truly, necessity is the mother of invention. So ISPs can now sell your browser history without your consent, but users figure out how pollute it so that its worthless and misleading.
Technocrats build stuff without proper concerns for security, and you end up with vulnerabilities that can do serious harm to people. Seriously, your ‘old-fashioned’ PIN works just as well as your fingerprint anyway!
“When this sort of technology is fitted into cameras which can communicate with each other, you can basically wave goodbye to any sort of privacy because it will let spooks, cops and even corporations follow your every move.”
Technocrats are dysfunctional hoarders of data, which is more precious to them than the technology needed to store it. Now, the world’s data will survive the apocalypse, or so they think.
Reasons for your paranoia have been discovered by researchers at Virginia Tech: namely, multiple apps on your smartphone are likely colluding to steal your private information. Those who build such apps are clearly displaying their technocrat mind that asserts unquestioned rights to collect and possess all data about you, no matter how personal or by what means they acquire it.