SKYNET IS ONLINE
SKYNET SEES EVERYTHING
Every camera now know who is passing by.
That's not comforting. We have a Constitution that's supposed to protect against this shit.
at least were safe. I feel much safer. don't you feel safer? I do. in this post-9/11 world we have to give up certain freedoms to remain safe.
>We have a Constitution that's supposed to protect against this shit.
The Constitution does protect your privacy. Cameras, in PUBLIC SPACE or on PRIVATE PROPERTY, do not intrude your privacy.
I'm sorry you feel so entitled.
I told you
but you didnt listen
There is nothing to fear but fear itself.
Real or not, this program is nothing but a PsyOps tool, it's only as dangerous as you allow it to be in your mind, do not fear that they are watching, they are watching because they FEAR YOU!
Those who sacrifice freedom for safety deserve neither.
And what good does it do to defend us from terrorists who "hate us for our freedoms" when they're taking real fundamental rights and freedoms away to "protect" us from them?
Exactly. When there is ONE of them.
When there are as many as possible, it's different. You might be scared someone is watching you, because someone is, but if you can watch them right back it's not so bad.
>cameras should be everywhere to protect against crime
>there should also be software on these cameras to identify anyone seen on them in order to identify criminals
>we need to know who you are, where you are, and what you're doing, to make sure you're not a criminal
>if you're not committing crime, why do you oppose it?
do you understand how retarded your words are while typing, or just shortly thereafter?
What cameras exactly will they have access to?
Is it a every-camera-everywhere-we-are-watching-you-fap kind of deal or is it just public security cameras or do you have a choice in letting your private cameras be used or what?
The NSA survives behind a legal veil, not a technical one.
And there is absolutely no justification for an intelligence agency to keep secrets. I haven't heard a good one, at least.
The mentality is this:
for the public:
>"IF YOU HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE THEN YOU SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEMS"
for the govenrment and people of power:
>"WE HAVE A RIGHT TO MAINTAIN SECRETS OF WHAT WE DO TO THE PUBLIC BEHIND THE BACKS OF THE PUBLIC. IT'S IN THE PUBLIC'S BEST INTEREST TO HAVE THE PUBLIC'S CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS VIOLATED BECAUSE WE SAY SO!"
Even though, logically, the argument of 'nothing to hide, nothing to fear' could ONLY apply to people in power, and NEVER to people not in power.
Anything a private citizen has to hide that would be of interest to society in general would be something that another private citizen would report, and the authorities could investigate, all out in the open.
True, but they don't see it that way. Thanks to Obama, there is no longer a system of checks and balances to power at all any more.
The public needs to be ruled, and those with power have total autonomy and are acountable to no laws nor any person to do what they want.
We're subjugaged masses under a totalitarian despot now.
Whenever they announce it it usually means they intend to normalize it into daily use...just look at airport security and how it has gone.
When announcing something like this they already have it and are either improving it or implementing it on a larger scale.
Every child's school photo already goes into the NCMEC database which is linked with the FBI.
The simple fact is that no onther President has undermined the people and the Constitution as much as President Obama has.
You could argue others would have done the same thing, but in the end they didn't.
>But will skynet be a rogue a.i, or a computer system used by the NWO?
The people using it are already rogue.
>mfw when visiting the liquor store next week
I don't have a webcam. American Pie scarred me.
>no webcam because no friends to talk to
>no smartphone because no friends, just an old-as-fuck flip phone
>no credit cards, no credit history
>no debit card, no bank account
Should I just go all the way innawoods?
>Should I just go all the way innawoods?
What is stopping people from wearing veils or niqabs?
Let's see a cop or anyone else try and stop a Muslim
In Florida and some other states it's legal to take a picture for a driver's license with a niqab
>In Florida and some other states it's legal to take a picture for a driver's license with a niqab
>mfw when /pol/ starts a paranoia-based religion that requires followers to wear veils for any government photos and forbids it at any other time
>mfw when they sue the state for putting up traffic cameras because it's impossible to drive safely and it infringes upon their religion