posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 11:20 AM
Everyone is afraid that the government has a national database with every detail about you on it. Actually, we created it for them and without a shred
of work on their end!
I'm going to guess that most people here have a Facebook profile. A lot will potentially have every ounce of information that could possibly ever be
needed to track you down and find out who/what is dear to you. After all its the "cool" thing to do now isn't it?
(Copied from my post in the other thread)
Your friends (how, when and where you met them), your family, where you live, your phone number, pictures of you/mates (labelled too)/family, your
favourite colour, your best mates in order of importance to you, what car you drive, who/what you are a fan of, your girlfriend, what TV shows you
enjoy, music you enjoy, religion, what political party you are in favour of, what gigs/parties you are going to attend, what University/School you are
at (or ever been to), where you work, where you want to work, what food you eat, where you like to eat........ and the lists goes on and on.
Forget Dating websites lol, they have everything they need to know about you right there. All information is almost guaranteed to be correct as your
peers know when you are lying. If you don't have one you are an "outsider" - just as planned.
The government doesn't even need their own databases; everyone has done it for them, willingly.
In my opinion, it is a conspiracy in itself. If you treasure your privacy and freedom you shouldn't have a facebook account.
edit: for spelling
edit: to add:
This isn't just for your small community or you country. It's the ENTIRE world.
It's a world database.
Maybe the microchip will never even be necessary as you update your position and whereabouts manually so all of your "friends" know.
The last generation might be slow on "catching up" with the youth when it comes to social networking, but they are indeed the last generation. You
can guarentee that this type of profiling on the internet is not a passing phenomena.
Consider this: 80-90% of all college students in America have a facebook account. This is for the next generation.
[edit on 27-9-2008 by dodgygeeza]