The Future of Privacy

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    Sooner28posted 4 years ago

    Let's do a quick inventory.

    In the near future, there will be microphones and cameras in all heavily traveled public places; everyone' s electronic activity will be completely tracked; we will regularly see drones;  and now this: … -6C9737411

    Let's not forget that artificial human skin is being formatted to fit a robot, so in essence there will be "human drones."  These can also spy by pretending to be a face in the crowd (in addition to the FBI an CIA infiltrating groups and doing this already).

    And this- … g-campaign

    Where's the outrage?

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      Education Answerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Don't you feel free?  If somebody had written about this fifty years ago, it would have been considered dystopian fiction, something Orwellian.  Now, it's reality.  I agree with your outrage.

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    Brenda Durhamposted 4 years ago

    Yeah.   It's becoming a bit too much.
    Technology is good,  but the usage of it isn't always.....
    Well,  heck, all technology isn't good either.
    Sometimes we know too much when we oughta be feeling more, enjoying life instead of pushing the envelope of curiosity about what everyone else is doing.