posted on Sep, 18 2009 @ 01:54 PM
Originally posted by Rickster01
It is all about the misuse of this kind of technology and i hate to say it but i think misuse is the motive for it in the end.
The misuse will come from the intentions of these technologies: Absolute control. All branches of government have numerous reasons, too many to count,
to want this technology to be implemented, and they much prefer that it go smoothly and safely the first time, and that the population want
It has huge implications for law enforcement, personal finances, schooling, health industry, consumer goods, and pretty much every aspect of daily
These technologies create "black & white" absolutes, and the precious golden-goose for many corporations and government research institutions:
Either you were speeding on that country road in the middle of nowhere at 3am, or you weren't. Your GPS says how fast you got from A to B. Expect
your ticket in the mail.
Either you have prohibited substances in your bloodstream, or you don't. Don't expect any vehicle or heavy machinery to start for you if you do.
Either you were at the house on Maple St where the murder occurred, or you weren't. Your GPS chip doesn't lie, does it save your butt, or
Your Mr Java knows how often you use it, and when. It knows how thrifty or wasteful you are with your coffee.
Manufacturers of electronics and appliances are investing a lot in these technologies, because they badly want their products to be able to report
absolute statistics. They truly are the grand prize to these companies, and there is a lot of money behind this.
[edit on 18-9-2009 by maus80]