[ExI] nick's book being sold by fox news
pharos at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 20:30:08 UTC 2014
On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 8:05 PM, spike wrote:
> Ja, and consider further that camera example. My bride loaded this
> software, and it went thru the photos and found those it thinks is us. We
> trained it a bit by identifying the errors, so it could eliminate those. OK
> so now this computer has access to the internet, it knows exactly how each
> of the most common people in our photo album looks and it knows who we are.
> It can phone home any time; I wouldn't know, and I wouldn't know the use
> they are finding for that info.
> I also have a camera on the front of my PC, and I am told it can be remotely
> I am an openness sort, so I am mostly OK with that, but for privacy sorts,
> that whole notion must give them the creeby jeebies.
You might be surprised at how many people in computer security have a
bit of tape stuck over the camera on their laptop. ;)
(Phones and tablets as well).
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