posted on Feb, 14 2014 @ 08:59 AM
This technology has been around for years, the car wash industry initiated this many years ago to track customers and their purchases. We heard this
tracking complaint with the antennas over the freeways to record tolls. I can't even imagine the manpower necessary to monitor US citizens every
moment. How many cars are there? This will just end up like the millions of daily phone calls, emails and text messages, recorded. Locations in a
database should they ever need to improve their chances of finding you in event they think you have become a candidate for a detention center. Do you
really think this is an issue considering they can laser tag a vehicle's paint and follow it with a satellite from space? Kind of like installing
your personal barcode.
How long will it be before any building you walk into is able to identify you with facial recognition tied to a central computer system? The casinos
already do this. They know the second you walk in, then your frequent player card tells them how much and what you play, when you play, and for how
long. Now they can financial forecast, establish labor requirements, and predict profit margins. These sinister things tell them how to market to you.
Ever get a free comp in the mail? It is tailored to you personally, and in reality, smart business. If the opportunity arises, you will find the
computer room is protected with a greater degree of security than the cash room, this is how important the data is, this is what the NSA knows, it's
about the data. They keep it and get better every day at searching it, finding hidden gems of info, political, industrial, or personal it is at their
Has anyone ever asked why it became law that all communications from cell phones to televisions became digital? Yeah computers count ones and zero's
much faster they anything else. How many emails, phone calls, text messages, faxes, could they possibly search in a few minutes with a supercomputer,
or more than one computer reading the same database split into several sections? This has been going on since they installed optical splitters in
fiber optic lines for the internet years ago. They can read categorize and store anything in real time.
Somewhere about 15 years ago when the computer geeks got wind of this, one day a year they would include all the words they thought the government
would search for in emails and pass them around the net in hopes to bog down the system, and let them know they were on to them. This is something
today I think is missed, in our email signatures we need to include these words and phrases and make searches by government computers retrieve a
positive with every communication. This is just one of many things we can do as free citizens if we apply our brains instead of our emotions to deal
with excessive monitoring.
These is a great topic that leads to many of the same, I would love to hear more from people in the know and things we can do to not only defeat the
monitoring but make it not worthwhile. Just imagine if every email in the US started with the single sentence, "Today we defeat the federal
government with terrorism, ousting the useless politicians, with whatever means necessary rather it be chemical, biological, or explosives, grab your
guns and show these socialist dictators we mean business and begin today."
Maybe the answer is a license plate displayed with a cheap low resolution monitor only visible straight on or at the minimum a 15 degree angle, with
the ability to turn it off when parking. Or simple stickers to confuse imaging but remain legal enough to make it unreadable to computers. In states
where only a rear plate is necessary back into a stall instead of head on. Lets have some fun while making it difficult. Just a couple of ideas. We
need to think with our head and not our heart. We have the brightest people in the world right here in the US and a boatload reside right here at ATS.