Of video, and quote Saturday.
From reading some headlines this week, you would think 1984, Brave New World, and Anthem were a collection of prophecies. With the Housing Bill creating a National Fingerprint Registry, Sec. of Homeland Security Chertoff seeking to “adopt novel Israeli methods, like behaviour-detection technologies, to better secure America’s airports” and England’s “Home Office” plans to create a “Big Brother Style Database for phone calls, email, and web use”, you’d think we were in some whacked out Science Fiction novel.
The quote of the week: “A fingerprint is hardly personal data because you leave it on glasses and silverware and articles all over the world, they’re like footprints. They’re not particularly private.”