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So how about everybody puts camera's in their homes so the police can see whats happening so when you get robbed and/or killed they know who did it...

I know right genius idea. Who needs privacy anyways thats only for people doing bad things.

Your home != public.
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In my opinion,just because it seems like a good idea,doesn't mean that it will be beneficial for the public in the end..
Don't forget that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions..If things like these come to pass , they will pass for the only 2 things that matter to the few people controlling the masses.Money & Power..You're afraid of losing your privacy?Who needs cameras when there are already things like Facebook , Instagram and other applications,in which people willingly declare their views,likes and dislikes and their location at any given time!!
And for those who don't use them,there are social security numbers,credit card numbers,debt,taxes,driver licenses and a myriad more things that control you and keep you in the system..Face it people,they have made it this way by making us poke out our eyes with our own 2 hands..It is impossible to bypass the system,or really be "free" nowadays and still be a part of society as we know it..I have learned to judge things by the results that they bring,and not by the reasons that they are implemented in the first place..So,ask yourself,in the end who is it that benefits from all this?Us the people?Perhaps,in the beginning,where public approval is needed for the laws to pass,but in the end?Who really benefits from all these abuses on our rights and God given freedom?It's all like a very clever game of chess really..But nobody told us that,and we are still playing checkers... Things that come to mind.. (Click to show)

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thats pretty damn cool, i wish i could watch the earth like that but i mean wow invasion of privacy right? well if you believe in the man in the sky, now you got two lol
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Well if you want to see me dogging then thats fine with me....
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Originally Posted by Stealth Pyros View Post

Your home != public.

Unless you live in the US where the feds can claim your property as public land if a public utility is present on it (power lines,water, cable, etc). Welcome to 'murica, the worlds premier surveillance state where everything is in the public domain. Whether you like it or not.

In retrospect, good thing people like Snowden are still around to warn us about this crap.
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London is the most watched city in the world with the police watching everyone and everything with facial recognition camera's. How much crime has been solved or even prevented? Anyone thinking this is for crime solving or prevention needs to shed that brain washing because this has nothing to do with crime, this is government intrusion and spying.
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That would never happen...The G-Man would tell me to go get my crow bar.

Though really. It just isn't possible that every one could be watched 24/7. There isn't enough CPU power to do it and process it to search for the things that law enforcement are looking for. There isn't enough man power to actually view it either. So the Overwatch could never become a reality. At least not with in our life times...or our childrens' unless we develop something massive just for spying.

So do tell why the NSA built that 2 billion USD data center? To suck everything up for later decryption once quantum computing has been perfected.

You people are either totally deluded or you are intentionally posting these things. Don't care which but beware, not even the blind supporters of tyranny are safe.

This is not about the NSA...they are going to keep doing this; that's a given regardless of anything thing they publicly say. This is about local police departments doing this. And even if they are storing the data...by the time Quantum computing or any type of computing is powerful enough to process it most of the people recorded in the data will be long dead.
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This is not about the NSA...they are going to keep doing this; that's a given regardless of anything thing they publicly say. This is about local police departments doing this. And even if they are storing the data...by the time Quantum computing or any type of computing is powerful enough to process it most of the people recorded in the data will be long dead.

Did you read the part in which I said London is the most spied on city in the world with crime going unsolved because this has nothing to do with crime but government intrusion, destruction of liberties and tyranny?
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Did you read the part in which I said London is the most spied on city in the world with crime going unsolved because this has nothing to do with crime but government intrusion, destruction of liberties and tyranny?

The cameras in London are mostly for traffic management. They are only really used for serious crimes. During the London riots in 2011, police used those CCTV cameras to make 3000+ arrests (as of 7th Nov 2011) and the cameras that are inside stores are there mainly to put off shoplifters. Some stores don't even have working CCTV cameras.
    
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This is not about the NSA...they are going to keep doing this; that's a given regardless of anything thing they publicly say. This is about local police departments doing this. And even if they are storing the data...by the time Quantum computing or any type of computing is powerful enough to process it most of the people recorded in the data will be long dead.

Did you read the part in which I said London is the most spied on city in the world with crime going unsolved because this has nothing to do with crime but government intrusion, destruction of liberties and tyranny?

and that will happen...this thread is about civilian police officers using spy satellites to watch for crime and there is no way they can provide the man power or funding to do a 24/7 watch of everything. They barely can afford office supplies most of the time. At best they can record and then after something happens they can go back and look at it like they currently do with any security camera that might be in the area. A federal government is limited to roughly the same thing...though just not as limited. They probably are watching persons and sites of interest 24/7...and that is likely a good thing save for the circumstances where the "person of interest" really is innocent and should not be watched at all...but if you're making an omelet you got to break some eggs. Plus I am sure the people would rather be watched than tossed into prison when they didn't do anything...which happens as well and being watch 24/7 would be good proof to support them.
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Did you read the part in which I said London is the most spied on city in the world with crime going unsolved because this has nothing to do with crime but government intrusion, destruction of liberties and tyranny?



I was responding to your earlier post, and now I want to respond to this one, but the level of paranoia you're into here is way beyond even what I'm capable of handling, so NO DICE.

HOWEVER, I'll say this much:

This government actively and passively runs programs and systems with the express purpose of doing nothing more than "pressing the buttons" of the citizenry, to gauge response, unrest, psychological state, etc.

You are getting got as we speak, fella.

This is not to say that there aren't real programs, real data centers, real information collection systems, etc, but that some days it's just too good to be true for the conspiracy theorists.




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