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Originally posted by superluminal11
I wouldn't doubt it but they can already do this recording your surfing habits, what you gravitate towards, what your conversations are, how quick you click on a link, the content, what times of the day, what you use as passwords, what are your user names, how long you are on and off the internet, how quick you type, the pauses between keystrokes, how often you edit your blogs/posts etc. I could go on with many more variables in play.
They build a psychological avatar of your inner most workings using this.. As you know they tailor advertisement and content towards you.
As far as reading your thoughts through cell transmissions I believe they transmit info to you not from you with the carrier waves.
New research from the University of Southampton has demonstrated that it is possible for communication from person to person through the power of thought -- with the help of electrodes, a computer and Internet connection. Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI) can be used for capturing brain signals and translating them into commands that allow humans to control (just by thinking) devices such as computers, robots, rehabilitation technology and virtual reality environments.
Brain-computer interfaces are the stuff of sci-fi legend, used a million times to further the plot of a thousand different books. And now they're also real, (nearly) buyable products: Thanks to Intendix you can think your PC into action. Guger's Intendix system is a skull-cap like electro-encephalogram sensor and accompanying electronics. You slip the cap over the head, and its myriad micro-sensitive detectors pick up the electric fields your thoughts generate. Just like those thought-sensing games that are just hitting the streets, the electronics interpret the signals coming from your head and turn it into a meaningful output. In this case Intendix translates the signals into a keyboard-like response, letting you type without moving a finger.