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Originally posted by dezurtdog
reply to post by seabag
Originally posted by GhostLancer
The following text was copied from a website that is no longer available to the public:
"The Interactive Street Sign System (ISSS) was created in order to provide citizens with the safer public setting that they deserve. Too many times, for far too long, the public has been at risk in metropolitan areas. Too many people have become unnecessary victims of an almost rabid criminal element, both organized and spontaneous.
The ISSS will put a virtual law enforcement representative throughout open metropolitan and standard city areas accessible by anyone, including law-abiding citizens as well as those with criminal (and potentially violent) intentions. Having an established and vigilant law enforcement presence that can interact with criminals and potentially resolve the situation before actual law enforcement authorities arrive is a new approach to crime reduction.
Each ISSS sign "representative" will have the tools necessary to record, deter and virtually intercept criminal activity before it increases in intensity. Further, law enforcement will become aware of unauthorized crowd gatherings which hamper the local economy, productivity and tourism. These gatherings allow for criminals to move about freely, thus evading law enforcement efforts geared toward keeping the public safe.
The ISSS is a shining beacon of safety, helping citizens feel more secure when they are out and about in public areas, for no matter where in an open metropolitan area they venture, they will have virtual law enforcement "back up" nearly around every corner ready to deter criminal activity."
Hey, they're just trying to keep us safe. What's the harm in that?edit on 17-5-2013 by GhostLancer because: Typo
Originally posted by blkcwbyhat
now that everyone is in a panic,why don't you do what a normal person would do...google it! These are energy saving devices,they can dim the lights when not needed,brighten them when a car approaches,so on.Yes,they have speakers on them for PSA's,and camera's are available on them.Now take off the tinfoil hats and go to the nearest FEMA camp where you belong.