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Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:17:29 -0700
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On 9/12/14, Silvia Pfeiffer <silviapfeiffer1@gmail.com> wrote:
> What I'd you're a long way away from any medical help?


> In my mind this is part of the larger drive of the web of things (IoT
> applied to the web) and needs device APIs. This might not be the right
> group to discuss it in though.

Where is the best place to define the APIs for devices to track, 
monitor, and surveil us?

Perhaps the W3C is the best place. It is funded by the very corporations 
that are making such monitoring devices and with developer relations 
experts to tell you how. These corporations are backed by  
philanthropists, such as William Gates III, whose opposes climate 
change, whistleblowers, and overpopulation.

Sure, Microsoft might've backdoored stuff for the NSA for the past 10 
years, and Apple might share your info to the NSA (they'll get it 
anyway). And Google and the CIA might want info for MindMeld (TM) or 
Recorded Future, which they openly fund (links below).

He who pays the piper calls the tune.

You don't have anything to hide, right?

Or maybe the question of "how" or where to "best to engineer" this or 
that new gadget is best answered by first asking how to prevent such 
engineering from being used by a top-down, "efficient" system.

The system is working. That is the problem.



Google & CIA funded MindMeld

CIA funded MindMeld
Received on Sunday, 14 September 2014 02:18:24 UTC

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