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Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by snkenai, Jun 30, 2017.
Today, I saw this.
Tiny, lens-free camera could hide in clothes, glasses
Not sure what to make of that. I'd hate to think that people around me had these things in their specs (I absolutely detested the Google Glass thing)... how intrusive would that be? However, better images of the universe... I like that.
Spy cam never looked like this before. Scary days.
No more different or disruptive when Google Glass was in play. Our sensibilities, privacy thresholds and social conduct expectations will change over time - and it needs to change as fast as the technology - otherwise we will be looking at a modern day burning of the Weaving Machine. Legislation and Court comprehension of certain technology segments are particularly, painfully behind the times.
who needs spy cam when you have people blaring out details on their cell phone in:
On the bus
on the train
in the cinema
walking along the hight street
Their love life
arguments with wife/husband
ditto with mother in law
where they are going, who with, when and how
Or all of the above (and more.....with lurid pictures) placed; for all eternity, on Facebook
I, no longer post pics of family or friends anywhere on-line.
The Millennials have a completely different concept of privacy, ownership and discretion to the Perennials. All of us posting here are in the latter camp and find their behaviour inexplicable and often distasteful or disrespectful.
ttttttalkin' 'bout my g-g-g-g-generation