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Bob Christian
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      10-20-2005
Electronic Frontier Foundation decodes printer tracking dots
http://www.tgdaily.com/2005/10/19/ef...rtrackingdots/

Sleuths Crack Tracking Code Discovered in Color Printers
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...101801663.html

http://www.eff.org/Privacy/printers/list.php

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      10-20-2005
Bob Christian <(E-Mail Removed)> said something like

> http://www.tgdaily.com/2005/10/19/ef...rtrackingdots/



Thats's just wrong. Big Brother is Wathcing.


ohh! Look at the pretty black helicopters...


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Bob Christian
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      10-20-2005
It's funny...but I blogged it with the Big Brother is Watching title. I
work in a city with the black helicopters. If the police could afford the
same facial recognition technology as the Vegas casinos, then we would be
hurting.

Bob

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"kpg" <ipost@thereforeiam> wrote in message
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> Bob Christian <(E-Mail Removed)> said something like
>
>> http://www.tgdaily.com/2005/10/19/ef...rtrackingdots/

>
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> Thats's just wrong. Big Brother is Wathcing.
>
>
> ohh! Look at the pretty black helicopters...
>
>
> kpg



 
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      10-20-2005
In microsoft.public.cert.exam.mcse, kpg spewed across the ether:

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> Thats's just wrong. Big Brother is Wathcing.
>
>
> ohh! Look at the pretty black helicopters...


If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.

It is all done for your protection.

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kpg
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      10-20-2005
Bob Christian <(E-Mail Removed)> said something like

> # Name resolution details: file://c:\temp\175329.htm (10/20/2005
> 10:21:37 AM) # It's funny...but I blogged it with the Big Brother is
> Watching title. I work in a city with the black helicopters. If the
> police could afford the same facial recognition technology as the
> Vegas casinos, then we would be hurting.


Yeah. I'm all for security, and it is needed more and more these days,
but imagine cameras on every corner (like in England) with face
recognition, plus cameras taking pictures of your license plate. They
don't need to insert chips under your skin, your whereabouts are always
known. Run a red light, they debit your checking account. Don't own
a checking account, the thugs, um, I mean cops, come and pick you up.
It's a world we created with small powerful computers and highspeed
global networks.

Maybe I'm suffering from future shock, but I don't envy my children
and the world we are leaving them.

Satelites with really good optics and body language recognition
software. Do I want the IRS to know where I am all the time?
Hell, I don't want my wife to know where I am all the time.

Think about it.

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Bob Christian
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      10-20-2005
Didn't some scientist state that it would be something like the year 2048
when technology and humans will collide? Maybe I watched too many movies
starring the Govenator...

Bob

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"kpg" <ipost@thereforeiam> wrote in message
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> Bob Christian <(E-Mail Removed)> said something like
>
>> # Name resolution details: file://c:\temp\175329.htm (10/20/2005
>> 10:21:37 AM) # It's funny...but I blogged it with the Big Brother is
>> Watching title. I work in a city with the black helicopters. If the
>> police could afford the same facial recognition technology as the
>> Vegas casinos, then we would be hurting.

>
> Yeah. I'm all for security, and it is needed more and more these days,
> but imagine cameras on every corner (like in England) with face
> recognition, plus cameras taking pictures of your license plate. They
> don't need to insert chips under your skin, your whereabouts are always
> known. Run a red light, they debit your checking account. Don't own
> a checking account, the thugs, um, I mean cops, come and pick you up.
> It's a world we created with small powerful computers and highspeed
> global networks.
>
> Maybe I'm suffering from future shock, but I don't envy my children
> and the world we are leaving them.
>
> Satelites with really good optics and body language recognition
> software. Do I want the IRS to know where I am all the time?
> Hell, I don't want my wife to know where I am all the time.
>
> Think about it.
>
> kp "foil hat" g



 
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"kpg" wrote:

> Bob Christian <(E-Mail Removed)> said something like
>
> > # Name resolution details: file://c:\temp\175329.htm (10/20/2005
> > 10:21:37 AM) # It's funny...but I blogged it with the Big Brother is
> > Watching title. I work in a city with the black helicopters. If the
> > police could afford the same facial recognition technology as the
> > Vegas casinos, then we would be hurting.

>
> Yeah. I'm all for security, and it is needed more and more these days,
> but imagine cameras on every corner (like in England) with face
> recognition, plus cameras taking pictures of your license plate. They
> don't need to insert chips under your skin, your whereabouts are always
> known. Run a red light, they debit your checking account. Don't own
> a checking account, the thugs, um, I mean cops, come and pick you up.
> It's a world we created with small powerful computers and highspeed
> global networks.
>
> Maybe I'm suffering from future shock, but I don't envy my children
> and the world we are leaving them.
>
> Satelites with really good optics and body language recognition
> software. Do I want the IRS to know where I am all the time?
> Hell, I don't want my wife to know where I am all the time.
>
> Think about it.
>
> kp "foil hat" g
>



Last year... The city of mpls installed cameras and many (if not all)
intersections in the downtown area. A couple weeks after... the camera's
caught a mugging where a gang member started pushing and picking a fight with
a man. While that man was busy trying to diffuse this gang member... the
other two gang members behind the man ripped the guy's wife's purse from her
hands. When the man turned around to defend his wife... they all jumped him.
Put him in the hospital. These guys were caught on tape...and some were
later arrested. But here is the sad part. This all happened literally about
25 feet from the front of the downtown police station. Now, if being right
in front of a police station isn't enough to stop these people... I doubt
cameras are.
 
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      10-20-2005
"Bro" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.


fear, no, general aggravation at the invasion of my privacy and civil
liberties, yes.

> It is all done for your protection.


Thank you but I have already contracted my protection through 2 firms
already. I highly recommend both. Smith and Wesson, and Heckler and Koch.
Perhaps you've heard of them? I also hear Sig Sauer is very reputable and I
may bring them onboard around Christmas.

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      10-20-2005
Keyboard Cowboy <(E-Mail Removed)> said
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> # Name resolution details: file://c:\temp\175342.htm (10/20/2005
> 11:01:21 AM) #
>
>
> "kpg" wrote:
>
>> Bob Christian <(E-Mail Removed)> said something like
>>
>> > # Name resolution details: file://c:\temp\175329.htm (10/20/2005
>> > 10:21:37 AM) # It's funny...but I blogged it with the Big Brother
>> > is Watching title. I work in a city with the black helicopters.
>> > If the police could afford the same facial recognition technology
>> > as the Vegas casinos, then we would be hurting.

>>
>> Yeah. I'm all for security, and it is needed more and more these
>> days, but imagine cameras on every corner (like in England) with face
>> recognition, plus cameras taking pictures of your license plate.
>> They don't need to insert chips under your skin, your whereabouts are
>> always known. Run a red light, they debit your checking account.
>> Don't own a checking account, the thugs, um, I mean cops, come and
>> pick you up. It's a world we created with small powerful computers
>> and highspeed global networks.
>>
>> Maybe I'm suffering from future shock, but I don't envy my children
>> and the world we are leaving them.
>>
>> Satelites with really good optics and body language recognition
>> software. Do I want the IRS to know where I am all the time?
>> Hell, I don't want my wife to know where I am all the time.
>>
>> Think about it.
>>
>> kp "foil hat" g
>>

>
>
> Last year... The city of mpls installed cameras and many (if not all)
> intersections in the downtown area. A couple weeks after... the
> camera's caught a mugging where a gang member started pushing and
> picking a fight with a man. While that man was busy trying to diffuse
> this gang member... the other two gang members behind the man ripped
> the guy's wife's purse from her hands. When the man turned around to
> defend his wife... they all jumped him. Put him in the hospital.
> These guys were caught on tape...and some were later arrested. But
> here is the sad part. This all happened literally about 25 feet from
> the front of the downtown police station. Now, if being right in
> front of a police station isn't enough to stop these people... I doubt
> cameras are.
>


Cameras are not deterant for the hardened criminal. Put cop on
that corner and it would never have happened.


Give me a handgun and it would have happened but someone would
be dead. And it would have been caught on camera. And I would
go to jail for murder.

Ba$tards.


kpg

 
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      10-20-2005
MitchS <m remove this http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed)> said something like

> # Name resolution details: file://c:\temp\175343.htm (10/20/2005
> 11:05:50 AM) # "Bro" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:Xns96F555C6A4120Misanthrope@207.46.248.16...
>
>> If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.

>
> fear, no, general aggravation at the invasion of my privacy and civil
> liberties, yes.
>
>> It is all done for your protection.

>
> Thank you but I have already contracted my protection through 2 firms
> already. I highly recommend both. Smith and Wesson, and Heckler and
> Koch. Perhaps you've heard of them? I also hear Sig Sauer is very
> reputable and I may bring them onboard around Christmas.
>


I like the caliber of your remarks.


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