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Discussion in 'Non Surf Related' started by nopantsLance, Mar 7, 2017.
The "missile" between my legs
"Human trafficking" in liberated North Korean women.
Was the goddess "Isis" from "Syria"?
While the feds are investigating...
Son Followers Ministry.
^^^Bwa ha ha ha ha ha
Originally Egyptian...from the days of Pharaohs, etc. Amon-Ra, Isis, etc...the whole pantheon of deities from Egypt.
I thought Amon-Ra was a packaged noddle meal for college kids???
Yes--made from dead mummies......
They taste like dead mummies.
The government's creepy obsession with your face
The government is obsessed with your face. Do not be flattered. This is more of a creepy stalker fixation.
From the federal Department of Homeland Security down to local police departments, governmental use of biometric facial recognition software has gained a startling amount of traction in recent years. And these agencies are getting help from big business, to boot.
For example, DHS is reportedly developing a massive new biometric and biographic database with extensive data on citizens and foreigners alike. The Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART) database will reportedly include at least seven biometric identifiers, including face and voice data, tattoos, DNA, scars, and other "physical descriptors" on as many as 500 million people. The agency has been remarkably hush-hush on how HART will be utilized — but the possibilities are frightening.
DHS expects to launch the new database next fiscal year, according to internal documents. By the following year, they anticipate having iris and facial matching capabilities, and by fiscal year 2021, the database is expected to be functioning in its full capacity. This massive and intrusive initiative will grant a whole host of federal, state, and local agencies access to intimate details about hundreds of millions of Americans and foreigners.
Here's how the government casts that:
"When HART is fully operational, it will offer a broader range of services to federal government agencies, state and local law enforcement, the intelligence community, and international partners," a DHS spokesman said in a press release. "HART will provide DHS with a flexible, scalable, and more efficient biometric system that supports core DHS missions and operations for the future."
In other words, DHS will know everything from what you look like to your birthday to any government ID numbers you may have. And, in a clear erosion of due process and privacy expectations, they'll be empowered to share this data with local and state police.
you should. You know that little microphone above the drive seat of most cars that you talk to with onstar and that kind of thing? They can listen in to your conversations. They can monitor you through your web cam, they can monitor your texts, cookies, email and if they wanna hurt you or smear you they can put nasty shit in your devices and computers that make you anything they want: to DO anything they want. You should be fucking furious. Just sayin
I miss archy right here!
I just got hired by Trump construction company.