I was thinking of getting a BLE sticker for my bike to be able to track it remotely if it was stolen, but Tile might work much better. It’ll create a lost&found spy network to make theft of property much more challenging for idiots who still try stealing tracking devices like iPhones these days.
Thoughts . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Tile for Lost Items
Here’s how to let the NSA know when you’re having sex:
1.) Buy a Nike (or related) workout monitor, or keep your (smart) cell phone (or tablet) on your person or the soft surface where you are engaged in intercourse. 2.) Ensure the workout arm band or cell phone is turned on and uploading your . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Government Can Watch You Have Sex
The title was the shocking headline of this op-ed by PEN. “Uh, no kidding,” is the correct response. What’s disappointing is your image is taken everywhere by the state and businesses, but citizens are freaking out if other citizens or journalists have their images too? Free societies cannot allow their police to forcefully prevent people . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Photography Is Not a Crime
Technology and civil liberty experts knew PRISM was a very real possibility. I knew, and wrote about it last August. The National Security Agency (NSA) (star bad guy org. in the Will Smith movie Enemy of the State) has been collecting domestic Americans’ phone and Internet records since at least 2007. This activity is a . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: PRISM: NSA Watching the Innocent
I was shocked, and disapointed that the CBC article today about police reports including Charter violating intel, didn’t have mention of BC’s PRIME system.
Have you committed a crime? No? You’re still in a police database somewhere. It’s not supposed to happen according to our laws, and according to American law, but it’s happening and it’s called TRAPWIRE. 9/11 is often the excuse used, but it’s actually simply the state using its latest tech toys in the most obvious . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: While You Were Sleeping