The Google Glass effect: How wearable camera tech will change everything

Right, OldArrow.

Which is why all emails, phone calls, etc. in the U.S. are recorded in U.S. government fusion centers. Because most people have lives that are “not worth looking at”.

Here’s a question for you. Anti-wiretapping laws in the U.S. exist[ed] based on the 4th Amendment. Is your contention that the 4th Amendment, which guards against unreasonable search and seizure, was enacted for the benefit of criminals?

In other words, congress said, “Hey! Let’s make an amendment that only benefits the bad guys. Nobody who isn’t a criminal will care about privacy.”

Is that it?

EDIT: Also, none of the people listening and watching are bad guys? No bad eggs in the CIA, FBI, NSA, etc.? Just good people, who would never use your private information in a negative or defamatory way, right? All the agents who framed people, wrongly convicted them, etc. died off years ago, is that it? Just one big collection of Gandhi’s, harmlessly looking in at you.

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