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'Project Indect': an A.I. to police all of Europe

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posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 06:34 AM
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The European Union is spending tens of millions of euros on an artificial intelligence system known as “Project Indect,” which would draw from multiple data sources, namely public surveillance cameras, in order to detect “threats” and recognize “abnormal behavior” across the whole continent.

According to the project’s Web site, once completed, Project Indect would even be able to track vehicles as a type of support network for EU police officers.

Perhaps more chilling, the project promises “continuous monitoring” of “web sites, discussion forums, usenet groups, file servers, p2p networks [and] individual computer systems”.

Indect, research for which began in 2009, was the subject of a Sunday morning Telegraph report that has attracted significant attention on the Internet, but none from mainstream media.


Right now, people still have the courage to openly defy the government, but once the government easily gains access to individuals' dirty laundries and/or have the ability to pinpoint them directly, will they still stand up to the government?




posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 06:37 AM
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websites, discussion forums


Imagine the government seeing everything you post on here?

Whatever happened to privacy?

I'm disgusted with how goverments and TPTB are treating us.

Perhaps we should all give up on computers and technology, move to a commune in the desert and plan our attack from there?



posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 07:07 AM
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The government is already keeping an eye on this platform, and generally observing your daily habits on the internet.

Its just a logical consequence that projects like Indect are slowly implemented in whole Europe and North America, after all that has happened to our rights.

There is no way to bypass such systems, except for one, do it like the Taliban or al-Qaida, don't use any computers or mobile phones, that will make you "invisible" for a short period of time.



posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 07:32 AM
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I guess it's obvious that the governments are watching ATS... yet they're not doing anything to curb the discussions or even to knock the site out all together.

Has there been an attempt before to knock out ATS?



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 05:22 PM
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wait so this would control the respons and retrievle? how would this be implemented?



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 05:51 PM
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Well since the Internet evolved from Darpanet it's pretty safe to assume that some Agency has been monitoring and tracking since day one.
Wether this Agency would share or even acknowledge the Data mining was always the question.
All that is really happening here is the decloaking of things that most of us (ATS) have known since Windows 3.1.
The software to run these systems are probably derivatives of Agency Tools with a splash of Promis.
And as we all know, it's not the Intel Inside we have to worry about.
It's the Idiot Outside.



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