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29 avril 2008

Big Brother, Big Business

Filed under: Big Brother/ Surveillance/ Totalitarisme/ Fascisme — François M. @ 12:51


Big Brother, Big Business

CNBC Special Report:

Technology is being used to monitor Americans more than ever before.

« Big Brother Big Business, » CNBC takes a look at the companies behind the powerful business of personal information and the people whose lives are affected by it, including: a woman who lost her job due to mistaken identity; a man whose cell phone records were stolen by his former employer; a woman whose personal information was stolen from a company she had never heard of; a man who discovered his rental car company was tracking his every move.

The documentary also looks at how the FBI, the Border Patrol, police departments and schools are using biometric technologies to establish identity as well as an inside peek at an AOL division that works solely to satisfy the requests of law enforcement for information about AOL’s members.

Video Broadcast 11/01/06 – Runtime 120 Minutes

CNBC: Big Brother – Big Business



The North American Union authorities are busy.

There’s a program up in Canada, called ALPR, (Automatic License Plate Recon) It’s a way of scanning 3,000 cars an hour that the police pass on the highways.

They can check parked cars for stolen vehicles as well as find uninsured motorists.

Here’s how they do it…please watch this 4 min. video.

ALPR – Automatic License Plate Recon



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