Tag Archives: People Tracking

“Sneaky Cams” Oh Great…

Aussie Defense Department trials sneaky cameras Published 3 June 2009 One of the biggest shortcomings of facial recognition devices is the angle of image capture; DSTO is toying with “attractors” — lights and sounds emitting devices t… Continue reading

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“Claims that the technology will be used to track people are inaccurate” Paul Sund

May 11, 2010 the Oklahoma House which previously passed HB 2569 by a wide margin (76-13 with 12 excused) failed to get enough votes to override the Governor’s Veto of the Radio Frequency ID bill. Henry spokesman Paul Sund thanked … Continue rea… Continue reading

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RFID to Track PEOPLE?! Cops, Big Government Extremists and Corporate Shills Deny the Possibility

RFID chips are sensors and when they are sprinkled over almost everything their spying ability becomes profound. Wal Mart recently announced that they would be embedding RFID in individual items (including your underwear) and yesterday I posted a sto… Continue reading

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On Facial-Recognition Tech in 30 States, CSDL and INTERPOL

It’s a blip on the radar, but we’d better get used to it. For now, 30 states say they’re using it via DMVs to track identity theives:

New York this year became one of more than 30 states to deploy the controversial technology at its Department… Continue reading

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iPhone iSpy Apps for Robo Cops

Meanwhile, there are other noteworthy developments on the high-tech police gear front. A new iPhone app that can instantly identify suspects is being tested out by a Massachusetts police department, PC World reports. Using facial recognition software, … Continue reading

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REAL SECURITY VERSUS PERCEIVED SECURITY WHILE PROTECTING OUR RIGHTS, LIBERTY AND FREEDOM

In light of the recent ruling overturning the immigration enforcement provisions of the new Arizona immigration law (leaving the state only with what amounts to converting state licenses into national ids), patriots and state legislators across the co… Continue reading

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Maryland Gov. Bets that His Citizens Will Make Great Pets!

Maybe “pets” is the wrong word. Since most citizens will be permitted to roam freely (within certain, specified limits) aside from the occasional interruptions required by their minders to relieve them of a quantity of useful product, I gue… Continue reading

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ALPR – invasion of privacy or essential for motorists’ safety?

Police chiefs in Britain are facing the threat of a High Court privacy action over a nationwide network of cameras that is being used to photograph motorists on the roads network, according to a report in The Sunday Times. The automatic license plate r… Continue reading

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Oklahoma ACLU seeks information on planned highway camera system

An Oklahoma civil rights organization says it is concerned the public’s privacy rights might be violated by a proposed insurance verification enforcement system that would use highway surveillance cameras. A local civil rights organization Wednes… Continue reading

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InsureNet and ALPR-Think they just want your insurance status?

We are supposed to believe that the Automatic License Plate Readers are simply for the purpose of determining whether or not a  vehicle is insured right? Mission creep is, as we all know, inevitable.  This is worse.  With InsureNet, its part of the … Continue reading

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