January 24, 2012 at 10:28 pm #38799
Apparently they will be policing the internet. Not sure if any of you care about this kind of stuff.
May the Tao be with you.January 29, 2012 at 4:23 pm #38800
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I am personally in very free situation.
So if I look towards future, maybe this would be something interesting in professional sense.
HOWDYFebruary 19, 2012 at 4:43 pm #38802
It is 2 AM inside the bunker-like surveillance room at the Mirage Resort in Las Vegas, but 28 wall monitors show there’s still plenty of action down on the floor. A surveillance worker we’ll call Tom logs in and starts the graveyard shift, taking an overheard tour of the 100,000-square casino. Using a joystick, keypad and three desktop screens, he surveys video from some of the 1000 ceiling cameras.
-MICHAEL KAPLAN, The Machines…Are Watching (POPULAR MECHANICS, January 2010)
When I something like half a year ago went to buy white wine bottle from local liquor store which costed 6 euros, I paid it with 20 euro banknote but salesclerk only gave me back 4 euros instead of 14. I said to him that he should give me 14, but he said no he shouldn’t. But in the end he said that he will check it from video and also in few minutes I received my 14 euros.
My posting was not meant to be stupid, but I actually forgot to put main component.
For me one of the most scary thing is completely losing one’s privacy.
I’m sure things in this respect start to get hard even to most advanced ninja/kunoichi practitioners.
I’m very sorry for my mistake.
(Erasing David Official trailer)
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