Eye See You

“No one wants to be first … they get yelled and screamed at,” says McNutt, who says he welcomes public debate around his surveillance technology. “It’s, ‘Oh my God, Big Brother’s watching me.’ Well, I hate to tell you, there’s cameras all over the place. All we’re doing is helping make them effective.”

“It invariably happens that technology developed for military applications gradually percolates out to domestic policing.”

Police worldwide eye Baltimore’s vast surveillance complex

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6 Responses to Eye See You

  1. mobiuswolf says:

    The cities are lost

  2. mobiuswolf says:

    Pretty hard to maintain once it thins out. They’d have to drone me to get a camera on.
    “Dang! I thought itwere a crow.”

    • Curtis says:

      Well, that may be true, but they’re working on it. The new thing now along the roads and highways is to snoop on your cell, whether it is your cell phone, or your car. Also, look closely atop stop light polls… believe me, because I have asked people, and they even haven’t noticed the new camera’s. Reminds me of the Matrix… People going about their lives, oblivious. Next time you are in town, look around.

      • mobiuswolf says:

        Oh I believe it. I just don’t think it’s cost effective below a certain density.
        Of course, if you make it easy for them…

        • Curtis says:

          Cost doesn’t mean anything to these people when it comes to your “safety” and the “children”. Look up “Strong Cities Network” as promoted by the UN, and you’ll get an idea of where this is going.

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