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Re: Surveillance and the Internet of Things
said by OZO:It's nearly fully developed in the new media devices.
And one more thing, now related to the choice
There will be time, when unless you produce your own devices (a phone, a vehicle, etc, which you obviously can't do by yourself), you're going to take what the others make for you. And if those others are big corporations, interested in controlling you, you'll have no choices at all but to take and use it...
Generic datamanagement middleware for ambient intelligent multimedia applications software is already being paired with hardware like "streetTIVO".
Devices such as this aim to control your media viewing
quote:Using historical data specific to an individual.
that are able to assimilate to a changing environment (context aware applications). As a central component in this middleware, the partners work on the development of an XML DBMS, with efficient support for peer to peer communication, multimedia annotations, XML full-text research, and automatic data integration based on insecurities in data.
A nice you tube video to watch;
said by OZO:The trucking and taxi industry already has such systems in place.
you'll discover that: a) they make it illegal to turn any surveillance devices off (a "Mew Millennium Act" or something similar)
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Hmm. Since the initial post lacks any quotations (other than the title of Schneier's article) and only consists of links, it's hard to see how it could ever violate anyone's copyright. While it may not contain any posting comments, it remains to be seen whether the rule's need for a poster's comments was included in order to supply "value-added" content to avoid copyright issues when quotations are included. That's really for WCB et al to define more clearly... though my own thoughts are that a poster's own 'original' comments ought to be required, lest the forum become something of a headline news source.
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antdude has been posting like this for years. Either he hasn't read the new rules or is ignoring them.
I know a few of his threads have been deleted recently.
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I for one would very much appreciate if people would include a comment and/or a brief summary instead of just posting links and a vague title.
Tell us, in their own words, a little bit about the article that is being linked to.