posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 11:08 AM
reply to post by dashen
Little known fact, but there have been hidden and disguised surveillance cameras operating in the British city of Bristol for a number of years now. I
believe they began with 28 in one area. The point was to test a new tracking system for the local constabulary. So they didn't just record people
walking by, the software knitted peoples appearances on different cameras together automatically into things like timelines of members of the
I think at least partially these kinds of surveillance are being superseeded by smartphone tracking. I also think smartphones have delayed but not
destroyed the RFID chips under the skin agenda. They realise now that there is so much more data they can gather via smartphone that can't yet be
accomplished through RFID alone.
PS to anyone who thinks this cant happen in the US, research the watching/hearing lamposts that not only see you but listen to you too.
14-1-2013 by merkins because: (no reason given)