posted on Oct, 3 2009 @ 06:37 PM
This was an interesting read but I'm not too worried about it and here's why:
They had to use 32 separate network devices (I'm assuming Routers but it wasn't specified) to do this plus some configuring to beam all the signals,
then have software decode the signals to see a fuzzy outline.
You can bet the average person isn't going to spend this much money or time to see a fuzzy outline.
There is spy equipment out there where you can drill a tiny little hole and stick a camera right through a wall and there are lenses out there that
let you see into peepholes in doors in reverse so you can see inside.
And you can bet that the government has already figured this out and perfected the technology and made it pocket sized.
I don't think the average person would or could do this and the government prob already can and we can't stop 'em from doing it any more then we
can stop them from using their satellites so.
Until we have a real revolution or something not much can be done about it.
EDIT: Spelling (like always )
[edit on 3-10-2009 by mkross1983]