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    RecordedFuture.com Pre-Crime Technology To Be Used In Washington D.C.

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/pre-crim...ngton-d-c.html
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    The Minority Report like pre-crime software has been developed by Richard Berk, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
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    Google and In-Q-Tel have recently injected a sum of up to $10 million each into a company called Recorded Future, which uses analytics to scour Twitter accounts, blogs and websites for all sorts of information, which is used to “assemble actual real-time dossiers on people.”
    https://www.recordedfuture.com/index.html
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    1. Scour the web - We continually scan thousands of news publications, blogs, niche sources, trade publications, government web sites, financial databases and more.
    2. Extract, rank and organize - We extract information from text including entities, events, and the time that these events occur. We also measure momentum for each item in our index, as well as sentiment.
    3. Make it accessible and useful - You can explore the past, present and predicted future of almost anything. Powerful visualization tools allow you to quickly see temporal patterns, or link networks of related information.
    http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/sof...ry?id=11448231
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    Software Predicts Criminal Behavior Program Helps Law Enforcement Determine Who Is Most Likely to Commit Crime
    http://blogs.forbes.com/andygreenber...t-roving-vans/
    Full-Body Scan Technology Deployed In Street-Roving Vans - with Z Backscatter Van video
    http://directory.officer.com/product...catter_Van_ZBV

    Damn, I knew my tinfoil beanie was too tight AND leaking!
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    Uh oh... I'm sure my social networking profile is a jumbled mess of conflicted pontification.

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    The government even has plans to collect lifelong records on all residents starting at the age of five, in order to screen for those who might be more likely to commit crimes in the future.
    Whoa, Nellie. Gotta go. Have to make a tin foil hat. Hope I have enough.

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    Roving vans violating your 4A w/o u even knowing... And they think its a good thing?
    illegal ≠ immoral legal ≠ moral
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    Quote Originally Posted by simmonsjoe View Post
    Roving vans violating your 4A w/o u even knowing... And they think its a good thing?
    Yeah, cause ya know, there's been soooooo many car bombs lately.

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    That is some seriously scary stuff! There goes whatever privacy we had left! All in the name of keeping us "safe." Right.
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    BTW, don't worry about everything you read by Alex Jones on prisonplanet.com or his other website. I read an article where he predicted something back in 1995 and it still hasn't come to pass. Some things we should be concerned about, but not all of that stuff warrants alarm. He is just trying to make a living like the rest of us. Take a good look at his websites and notice all the stuff for sale, such as DVDs, books, a membership on his site, etc. I am not saying he's wrong on everything, but I do think he can be a bit of an alarmist.
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    Those who will not fight for justice today will fight for their lives in the future,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby View Post
    That is some seriously scary stuff! There goes whatever privacy we had left! All in the name of keeping us "safe." Right.
    Reminds me all them movies, like Enemy of the State. *rubs chin*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack House View Post
    Reminds me all them movies, like Enemy of the State. *rubs chin*
    Good movie, but all that sattelite retasking at the touch of a few keys on the keyboard was a lot of hogwash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbender View Post
    Good movie, but all that sattelite retasking at the touch of a few keys on the keyboard was a lot of hogwash.
    Ha. I don't really remember much of the movie, only the parts where they were x-raying the buildings to track the guy.

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    Back to the top

    http://www.time.com/time/nation/arti...013150,00.html
    This doesn't violate your Fourth Amendment rights, because you do not have any reasonable expectation of privacy in your own driveway and no reasonable expectation that the government isn't tracking your movements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbender View Post
    Whoa, Nellie. Gotta go. Have to make a tin foil hat. Hope I have enough.
    For sale: Tin Foil hat kits. Yes, that is right. For only the low, low price of $99.99. You too can own and build your own tin foil hat to protect you from government mind rays.

    Kit contains:

    1 roll of super duper double top secret tin foil
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    Hurry and buy them now. Supplies are limited and going fast!

    Special offer: If you send me your gun you will also get a free tin foil hat patch kit

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    Sounds like a dry hump to me, needs more KY Kevin.

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    Hmm, wonder how the roving van will respond to a nice tazer zap?
    At least the tin foil hats protect you from implementing this with helicopters.
    Do you hide your gun in a bomb case, or hide the bomb in a gun case to fool it?
    You have to wonder how the congress will exempt themselves from these scanners.

    Could be the ultimate bait car episode, as the van thief is watching the naked cops approach them.
    While on the ground being cuffed, they proclaim.. "Agent Johnson doesn't have much of a johnson does he"

    If they spent this much time and effort checking on the egg supplies, we wouldn't have a problem with the food supply.
    But since this fits in with the SOP of watching porn instead of their job, I am sure they are pushing for it.
    At least we can all sleep well at night knowing they can't save the images.

    Now where did I put my radiation patch......

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    I've really got to get started on that tin foil hat.

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