posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 02:19 PM
Last time I was in the US, I was astounded by how every tourist attraction, every national monument... basically any place that lots of people are
likely to go has a little area where everyone going in gets their picture taken so they can review and/or buy a group picture at the end of their
What an easy way to track the motions of tourists, eh? (Showing my Canadian streak right there)
So, here we are with a fountain of information for the DHS, including face-on images of each person entering the area, known associates/colleagues and
date/time of entry and exit.
Really, if these services are NOT "provided" by the DHS, in exchange for people buying the terrible-quality pictures, I'd be surprised if they are
not, at the very least, holding the keys to the Databases containing those pictures.
"Facial recognition, activate!!"
What do you think? What do you know? Who runs/benefits from these things? Does anybody even know what I'm talking about? Help me out here...