Facial recognition software and cameras: A good thing or a bad thing?

By Jim Campbell,

August 7, 2017

Once the stuff of science fiction, facial-scanning cameras are becoming a part of daily life in China, where they’re used for marketing, surveillance and social control.

There are currently 170 million surveillance cameras online in China.

The plan an additional 450 million cameras up and running by the year 2o20.

 

NSA has already said it plans to have 200, 000 of these on-line by the year 2000.

Who that has followed NSA trusts that their interests are our interests?

As the situation stands today in America, the “Legal use,” of facial recognition software and cameras are forbidden by the First Amendment.

If the reader believes that for more than a second, just look up near the stop lights at and metropolitan city.

Of course, the ACLU has weighed in on the issue saying, “Forcing the individual to give up the equivalent of a fingerprint in exchange for the ability to drive is against the law.

We are often reminded of the misquote attributed to Benjamin Franklin, or Thomas Jefferson,”Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

See, the Founding Fathers never figured on this technology and it’s been a useful tool for mom’s and pops for a very long time.

 

They believed that during times of peace and general tranquility men should enjoy themselves.

Perhaps you are already using one of these?

Brought to us by Ring.com, it inables the owner to be in the back yard and tell the UPS guy to leave the package.

Their warnings pertained to actual tyranny.

 

Relax, one thing I can say with certainty, none of us will get out of this world alive.

 

Times have changed greatly since these phrases were alleged to have been spoken.

With the world at war with jihadists, not just in the Middle East and Africa, and home grown jihadists carrying out their acts of violence on a weekly basis, should we reconsider?

Illegal aliens continually roam our streets even in safe areas, causing crimes of violence against law-abiding citizens.

As for one of the most dangerous gangs in recent memory, MS-13, the Department of Homeland Security and ICE under our direction has been removing thousand of them from our country.

“The weak illegal immigration policies of the Obama Admin. allowed bad MS-13 gangs to form in cities across U.S. We are removing them fast! (Source)

A recent gang sweep conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 1,378 gang members, many of which face deportation proceedings.

Mayors who object to anything President Trump has to offer will soon see their funds dry up in their beloved “So-called sanctuary cities.

Now the reader might think that I’m opening the door to the liberals, leaving Constitution specifically as it pertains to the Second Amendment and the God-given Right to Bare Arms.

To the contrary, it’s time to rule all state and local gun laws null and void, as the whims of a minority of nitwits cannot and will not supersede the United States Constitution.

It’s really that simple.

The difficult part will be to elect representatives to Congress that will, in fact, uphold their oaths they swore to the Constitution. 

 

 

THE END

 

 

 

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5 Responses to Facial recognition software and cameras: A good thing or a bad thing?

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  2. Dave the Differentiator says:

    The book on being watched is very clear – people behave themselves when they know they are being watched. Best behavior is the rule of thumb.

    This facial recognition software is employed by Law Enforcement today and use by Casinos all over the world. Police forces are now installing it in their police cars and around the various cities to monitor cars and license plates.

    Once the issue travels into court the right to privacy will get analyzed and applied as the people think appropriate at each venue.

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    • JCscuba says:

      People behave themselves when they know they are being wathched? Seriously, apparently you missed the footage of the Berkley riots. Whoops, you are right, they weren’t people, just untrained animals.

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  3. Simply Linda says:

    I have no expectations of having privacy when I step out that front door. I have no issues with this, plain and simple, if your to doing nothing wrong, why worry. My brother worked on that stuff when he was in DC, can you imagine staring into a computer screen 8- 12 hours a day scanning folks faces? Not me. Kudos to the folks who want to make us safe…on the other hand, I think the NSA should be disbanned, spying on the wrong folks and leaking info, that’s not what it is for.

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