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  •  Going places wouldn't work out to well (1+ / 0-)
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    CharlesII
    Soviet citizens used to go to parks and other public places to escape the concentrated surveillance their homes and offices received.
    They didn't have small drones yet which will soon be microdrones. They didn't have powerful tiny cameras and microphones along with huge distance mics, with facial ID software that could be static or movable with the use of drones.

    We still haven't got to the point where people are squealing on their neighbors but give it it time. It's not like the Govt hasn't called for it.  There is no difference between this society and others that have suffered through this. Just go back to the McCarthy era here.

    “ Success has a great tendency to conceal and throw a veil over the evil of men. ” — Demosthenes

    by Dburn on Fri Jul 19, 2013 at 12:00:43 PM PDT

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