posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 05:23 AM
I agree throws arms up in the air I want my privacy in public where everyone can see me stomps feet because this is a police state in the making and i
won't have it posts on the internet and while i am at it, I want to be able to have my privacy online too so when i post things in public i dont want
no one reading it googles nsa and google.
something fails when you expect privacy in broad day light. and it's not the lack of privacy.
I know I know, all the secret meetings under street lamps is now a thing of the past, thanks to the new world order. pretty soon, we wont be able to
go out in public at all without people seeing us. or hearing us.
it's a crazy world we live in and no doubt if they have microphones and stuff now, imagine just what they had 20 years ago... I bet the government
has had the ability to record voices for like, decades and stuff.
*really lost on this one, you guys are just frothing at the mouth at nothing*
Theres a difference between a public forum, and a public forum to be recorded and archived to be analyzed at a later date.
You went down to the park, you have a chat with someone there. You say something like "oh, i really dont like this politician". Now you've just
expressed an opinion. Now imagine this opinion has been recorded and archived, and now you're being seen as a suspect in that politician's murder
and they pull up this recording of you saying this line.
(this is just a really weak example)
Yes, even though you being out in public means that whatever you do people can see, but it would make you feel uncomfortable if your movements are
tracked from one location to the next, like you're being kept tabs on. And having a connected, omnipresent tracking system can make that a breeze for
those who wish to track you, your movements, your side conversations with strangers, your behaviors in public, your purchases, etc. Not exactly ready
to be watched like a naughty child.