posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 02:07 AM
Well, I know I feel uncomfortable with a possible future that involves eye scanning detectors everywhere, similar to Minority Report. If such a system
were to ever be brought into place, I'm thinking this is how they do it.
Start with criminals, test it out, build a data base. Soon they'll start bringing more people in for smaller charges, building a library of eye
prints. With a data bank to work with, they could test new security devices. Put them in prisons, airports, etc. Places that people are ok with high
Then, with this technology working smoothly, you implore ad agencies and consumer products. Something that personalizes the shopping experience.
Something people, in their ignorance, will celebrate. They have eye scans when they sign up for a store membership, or a credit card. When they get
their license, go to school, etc. Within a few years, I bet they could get just about everyone.
Sure, not as bad a smart chip, but just a bump below.
I dunno, maybe its just me, but I like to know I can hide if I want to.
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