Are we going to wait until we are connected with cables to a chair inside of our very own home, with a virtual reality chipset integrated right into
our brain, our minds entirely subjugated in a digital reality, while the powers that be run the whole world without us even noticing, surrounding us
with invasive technologies for the sake of security that spy on our every moves, until we realize that something is wrong with this world?
That something is wrong with the fact privacy has been eradicated in less than 10 years.
Everything we do or say is stored in one form or another somewhere in a superadvanced computer. But nobody gives a d-mn because '' What do I have to
hide anyway huh? ''
Most people already know that anyone carrying a smartphone in their pocket has already sold his soul to Big Brother.
You just have to install an application in the app store to realize just how much invasive into our personal informations they force themselves to be.
Why do we tolerate this in the first place?
Google just got caught spying on people's location even though you would disable and deny the access (when they ask for it) to geolocalization and
other stuff. Their justifications: '' Sorry, we won't do it again! It will be disabled in December 2017, trust us.''
I hope it is pretty clear now for most people that no billionaire companies like Google and the such ever speak the truth about anything they say or
do. We are being fed lies in every ways conceivable but yet we still continue to ignore it on a daily basis and go on with reality like nothing
We are heading right into a wall.
That is reality.
There are muliple reality checks to prove the point I just made but I think the loss of privacy is one of the major concern that must be brought to
light in the next few years. I know a lot of people act like they don't care but really, nobody and nothing should have access to what we do or think
inside of our home. Period.
I can't believe anyone could say with a straight face after seeing this Google Home advertising right below, that they don't see from MILES away
what they are trying to do here.
That's some messed up stuff.
'' Google, can you just go f-ck yourself please? Thank you ''
Seriously guys, please don't fall for this modern deception. Don't let these invasive tools fool you into believing that their promise of an easier
life will outweight the fact that this will also destroy our freedom and right to privacy.
And this is only the tip of the iceberg. If we say yes to this, I don't even want to start to imagine where we will be in 50 years from now.
Of course it will. Society/technology has been really hard at work creating new slaves for a long time now.
Here is your 'AI overlords' people, this is what the rush for AI is really all about.. The Terminator got it backwards. It's here to make coffee and
turn up the thermostat. By the time the patches, fine tuning and tweaks come out, that much will be clear.
Privacy was not lost in USA, we gave it away. First, we gave away our soc sec numbers to incur debt, now it’s our identification number. Then we
give away our pee to corporations. Then there is the patriot act where they can break into my home just because. Lol, our representatives should have
stopped that leaking dam a long time ago.
Trying to figure out how anybody is getting AI overloads out of this. Data mining from keyword digging, yes. Of course they're mining your questions.
AI overloads? Put the pipe down, FFS.
It's not a tech type I want or need, but Jesus H Christ, it's not worth fanning your pearls and giving yourself a lacy wedgie over. I think people had
the same conniption fit when we switched from horses to motor cars.
Google is CIA + DARPA + NSA front. They openly partnered with NASA at the Ames Research (Military Base),
in 2005, where its main Googleplex HQ just so happened to be right next
door to. The Google Boys and company use that military as their personal airstrip, for the corporate jumbo jets and their personal military fighter
Here is the system they're building with DARPA (100% of the content of this film are made from DARPA / .mil / NASA / .gov / DISA quotes and media,
except the music, made in 2007):
The Google Boys from day 1 have been on record stating AI is all they're about, for their system to not merely know everything in the world but to
"understand everything in the world". And in its system are every book ever written, every film show etc ever made, and on it already 'knows'
everything, and every minute your phone is listening and watching you you're helping it achieve the ability to "understand" all of the information in
In 2010 they helped spearhead the opening of the "Singularity University", on said NASA Ames Research Military Base, where
the Technological Singularity Religion is blossoming while churning out new adepts in the 'Technological Mystery Religion'.
Google "products" study our everything, the brilliance of their algorithms from the very first one is they study us in pursuits of building ever
better AI. And now its in the phones, TV's, new mfg automobiles, and these new bot thingies. Listening, watching, recording, chronicling, studying.
Google God is on an ever more steady pace to becoming Godzilla.
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If i would think like one of those "spy on me, makes me feel protected and not being alone" hipsters or one of these spyPhone-Borgs, i would think:
What do these digital oldschoolers have for problems? They shut themselves off to the future and live under stones. Do we have anything to hide? I am
not a terrorist, so i have nothing to fear, everybody can spy on me. Can only be good for me. And by this way at least the spies listen to me and
enjoy my self-exposing, if nobody else cares for me and my life...
Idiocracy, it´s Idiocracy that makes slaves love their chains!
With Google Home, I bet it's data stored in cloud storage servers. Ripe for the hacking as shared in this recent hack of such afecting every US
household-see here. Always good to know the risks of
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