Back in the 1950's when the notion of Big Brother was first considered, we just rather shrugged our shoulders at the concept. Now with "security" cameras and trafic cameras along with our use of credit cards and metro cards, not to mention drones, it's not so far fetched anymore. Then with the populace's penchant for recording with pictures and video everything they do then having these posted on social networks where others see them, make judgement then contact authorities . We're are beginning to be just pawns,
There's even been talk of implanting tattoos and devices in our heads for even more complete surveillance .
Edited by MrB (03/28/1304:41 AM)
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