posted on Aug, 10 2012 @ 10:36 PM
I'll go out on a limb, perhaps tread on a few toes and point your attention to something that Wikileaks exposed very recently after reading the
Strafor emails. At the time of posting, Wikileaks is on the receiving end of a huge DDoS.
Many of us knew real-time CCTV analysis and facial recognition was in the works, but it came down the pipe much faster than I anticipated.
TrapWire is a system that reportedly collects data from dodgy-looking cameras and feeds it to some data centre that automates the facial recognition,
predictive analytics, etc. Probably not a big deal in itself, but you'll notice these very distinctive cameras were being deployed over the last 18
months and now they're everywhere
. They've also been deployed on the public transport system here in the UK (both train and bus), and I've also
spotted a few at my place of work.
Before it's News
edit on 10-8-2012 by XeroOne because:
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