The concept behindGoogle Glass is an eye wear device that uses Google’s
virtually limitless bank of data to allow the user to record everything he or she sees, in real time, and then
be able to utilize smart phone, Internet and other communication technology to immediately transmit, post or
otherwise publicize that content – all without the permission of the subjects who have been
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Google Glass Can Kiss My Ass!
Attaching a computer to your head is not going to bring you happiness, it's only going to make
your life more synthetic, more artificial, less real, less genuine, less spontaneous.
There comes a point where technology ceases to help us and just ends up making us miserable and detaching us from
the private wonder of nature and reality.
A website designed to draw attention to a new
technological development by Internet search giant Google is going viral, thanks in large part
to a growing wave of concern over personal privacy.
The site, called StopTheCyborgs.org, was established “in response to the Google Glass project and other
technology trends. The aim of the movement is to stop a future in which privacy is impossible and corporate control
total,” say developers in a post describing the site’s intent.
The concept behind Google Glass is an eye wear device that uses Google’s virtually limitless bank of data
to allow the user to record everything he or she sees, in real time, and then be able to utilize smart phone,
Internet and other communication technology to immediately transmit, post or otherwise publicize that content –
all without the permission of the subjects who have been videotaped.
“We are already continually tracked though smart phones, online tracking, banking transactions, and CCTV. So why
all the fuss about a smart phone on your face?” says StopTheCyborgs.
Millions of ‘creepy’ cameramen
Consider these reasons, among many others:
– First of all, Google has the marketing resources and power to make recording of private activity or
conversations socially acceptable. “Would you have even considered wearing a hidden spy camera or recording
conversations a few years ago? Well soon everyone will be doing it and finding you odd for objecting,” says the
– With Google Glass, how are you supposed to know if somebody’s recording you?
Keep in mind the very design of the Google device makes it difficult to know. “This is in contrast to a smart phone
where the user must visibly hold the camera up to take a picture or record video. We must therefore assume that we
are being recorded at all times (and possibly publicly broadcast) from a low angle where ones face is clearly
visible,” the site warned.
– Even if a Google Glass user isn’t recording video,
audio for their own personal use may still be collected and processed to the cloud, so as to display contextual
information using image, object, face, voice identification and speech recognition, which is “so-called augmented
reality,” says the site.
– Information collected about you won’t just sit in a database somewhere, to be read only by security services
or bored IT workers. Rather, it will be delivered directly to the people you are interacting with – and all without
The last bits of your privacy are about to go away for good
“These concerns go beyond privacy,” warns the site. “There are serious consequences for human society. There
will no longer be any distinction between the ‘digital world’ and the ‘real world.’ People will make decisions and
interact with other humans in the real world in a way which increasingly depends on information that Google Glass
Further, people will gradually “stop acting as autonomous individuals, when making decisions and interacting
with others, and instead become mere sensor/effector nodes of a global network. There will be no room for multiple
identities, hypocrisy or experimentation. There will be no space in which you can escape your online profile and
the system will be controlled by a small group of corporations.”
Other concerns regarding Google Glass:
– Such devices could destroy the very last vestiges of privacy Americans – who are already videotaped on the
street by cities, in stores and parking lots by businesses, by banks – have left.
– They could hold people accountable for easily pardonable “offenses.”
– They may increase violations of doctor-patient confidentiality and attorney-client privilege.
– The devices could spawn a whole new generation of stalkers.
Privacy in America has been vanishing for years. Google Glass and devices like it will put the final nail into
the coffin, leaving your home just about the only place left on the planet where you might have some semblance of
privacy (unless you invite someone in who’s wearing a pair of Google Glasses).
Google Glass App Identifies People With Criminal
Records Using Facial Recognition
TECHNOCRACY - A form of government in
which scientists and technical experts are in control "technocracy was described as that society in which those
who govern justify themselves by appeal to technical experts who justify themselves by appeal to scientific
forms of knowledge"
The Roots of Technocracy with Expert Patrick M.
One thing is certain. He’ll say, “I thought I was in a
Either the judge will dismiss that excuse with a snort and huff, or he’ll create yet a new class of victims: the
people who are brainwashed into believing the Real is merely a consequence-free artifact designed for them by
“Murder? It was merely virtual. Glass made me think so, Your Honor.”
A friend and I cooked up a Glass ad: “You’ll see exactly what you’re seeing now, only you’ll think you’re in a
movie. And electromagnetic radiation will envelope your head and the NSA will see everything you’re seeing in real
Entitled yuppie boomer spies for the national security State. Just what we need.
Then, up the road, we’ll have this. Suits filed by people whose lawyers insist their clients had a reasonable
expectation of receiving information from Glass that didn’t, in fact, arrive:
when to take the next pill;
a quicker way to get to the airport to make their flight to a career-enhancing meeting in Macao (they missed the
plane and the meeting);
a more accurate assessment of what the beautiful stranger sitting at a table in a restaurant is looking for in a
more convincing talking points transmitted before a conversation with a political adversary…
“My disappointment with Glass was so profound I spiraled down into a depression that ruined my life. After all,
my Glass and I are One. When an intimate friend lets you down, it’s traumatic.”
Taking it further, the ontology of Glass and such future devices is: everything in the universe is connected.
The way we say it is.
It’s the job of Glass to elucidate and demonstrate that by virtually hooking the wearer up to all of it. You’ll
get the sizzle and dazzle. The life-path of giant redwoods, people shoveling snow in Mongolia, fish swimming around
the Great Reef, pygmies dancing in Central Africa, new (fake) Arab Spring outbursts, moving stock prices, drug
recalls, ice caps expanding and diminishing at the North Pole, sun spots, geothermal boil at the core of Earth,
estimated germ-content in subsets of bodies walking around in Paris.
Now. In real time. Sequentially or all at once. In an ongoing Spiritual event of the highest order. (Sure it
And this imparts to the Glass wearer a sense that he is a first-class citizen in the new Technocratic Paradise,
as if he were part-human, part-machine.
“It’s amazing. When I put on Glass, I’m in satori. I’m plugged into the online bio-astro-neuro-meta-quantum
orchestra called Universe. At least, that’s what they tell me.”
A human without Glass? Unthinkable.
Will the Pope wear Glass? Who will be the first president of the United States to wear it? You can be sure the
police will. They’ll have access to the history of any citizen as if he were a Potential Suspect, and animated
previews of any building or home as an assault target.
IRS agents in cars, on foot, sitting in restaurants will merely glance at another human, and immediately a
complete tax history of that person will spring up before his eyes.
Staff psychiatrists will walk through office buildings and pick up instant psych evals on every worker.
And the military? “EVERYTHING is a battlefield. I finally figured that out when I started wearing Glass.”
Glass will inform any agriculture inspector anywhere on the globe that the GMO plant he is looking at is
perfectly safe and equivalent in every way to conventionally-grown.
Doctors, relying on Glass-supplied medical images and data (all cooked and distorted, of course, by Big Pharma),
will perform millions of unnecessary surgeries and dispense billions of useless and highly toxic pills to patients.
Just like now, only worse.
But Glass is wonderful. How could we have lived without it?
You’ll meet somebody in a park and start a conversation. Suddenly, before your eyes, you’ll see: “His Twitter
account temporarily suspended for providing questionable links; frequently employs terms like ‘freedom,’ ‘liberty.’
Belongs to no approved groups. Warning—you should consider this person dangerous.”
Or you’ll be shopping in a market and, as you pass down the aisle, a red light will go on in space in front of
your face when you encounter a person whose approved vaccine status has lapsed. “Warning: herd immunity
Two friends at a picnic:
“Hey, I just upgraded to the Glass C-16 program.”
“You don’t know?”
“It contains Homeland Security profiles on four million Americans. Invaluable.”
“Where did you get it?”
“Through our office. We have a contract with the DOJ. So we have special access.”
“How can I get it?”
“Heh-heh. You can’t, unless you go through a special clearance exam. It’s expensive.”
Any Glass wearer who eats at a restaurant in New York will immediately be plugged into a Bloomberg app that
displays, before his eyes, along with a sub-vocal whisper: “The next bite of steak will elevate your cholesterol
level above allowed limits. Put down the fork. Don’t order coffee. Move the dish of sugar envelopes away from you.
I see you’re a registered gun owner in Utah. You have three hours to leave the City.”
The state of mind, in which Glass wearers view reality as virtual, is the big one. People aren’t already
disconnected enough from life? We need more illusion?
From ancient times, and especially since Plato, the faculty of vision, beyond the other four physical senses,
has been elevated to the highest position of in-sight. The metaphors have been about “seeing the higher
So now, Google goes to eyeGlass, which is all about giving wearers a sense of being in charge, by placing a grid
over the real world, and enhancing Vision.
Glass is the cocaine of computing.
And superiority? Is it any different from the status owners experience when they slide down Main Street in a
Ferrari? They’re automatically Somebody because of their car.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, has famously said: “If you have something that you don’t want anyone
to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place…and it’s important, for example, that we are subject in
the Unite States to the Patriot Act.”
As the NSA captures everything Glass wearers are seeing in real time, Schmidt’s statement will take on added
meaning, won’t it? Glass is the Brave New World snitch of snitches.
Hidden behind all of this is the position and place of the individual. His creative power will be defined as the
mere ability to receive “elite” information. That’s a passive formulation; precisely the opposite of what the
creative life is.
The number-one guru of utopian technocracy, Ray Kurzweil, thinks human creativity, as a concept, is largely
based on a misunderstanding about what computers can do. That’s all.
Because a computer beat a world champion chess player, because a computer can analyze the work of a poet and
then spit out its own poems in that author’s style, because a computer can defeat two very good Jeopardy players on
television, we know that human creativity is an illusion. Computers, machines can work the same “tricks” by simply
accessing and collating information.
If you want an intellectual recipe for taking away the essence of what a human being is, you’ve just found
And Glass will help lead the way.
“I have so much information jumping in front of my eyes now, it’s amazing. What else do I need? I’m there.”
For centuries, artists and inventors proved that reality was only one (temporary) work of art. They proved it by
creating something new and powerful, again and again and again. They committed body, mind, and soul to their work.
They dynamically moved the human race ahead.
Now, the “new paradigm” is Instant Information. Tap in, and reality is yours.
Yes, but what reality?
The answer is: the one designed, not by you, but for you.
And by people who deserve your trust the way a wildebeest should trust a pack of lions.
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California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing
articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other
newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics,
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Google has taken a stake in Himax Display, which produces
microdisplays for head-mounted devices including Google Glass — indicating the Internet giant expects to ramp up
production to more than 2 million units per year, according one Wall Street analyst.
Google has agreed to invest in the company, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based Himax Technologies, to fund production
upgrades, expand capacity and enhance production capabilities for liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) chips and
modules used in applications including head-mounted displays like Google Glass.
Under the pact, Google will purchase a 6.3% interest in Himax Display, with the option to increase its stake to
up to 14.8%.
Vogue Magazine recently published a photoshoot set in a dystopian futuristic landscape to
promote Google Glass and sell the trendies on transhumanism.
The creepy images send the message that anyone who refuses to completely sacrifice privacy and embrace Google Glass
is obsolete and cannot be part of a future world run by vapid, emotionless authoritarians who behave more like
robots than humans.
“Domestically, they’re pulling together all the data about
virtually every U.S. citizen in the country and assembling that information, building communities that you have
relationships with, and knowledge about you; what your activities are; what you’re doing. So the government is
accumulating that kind of information about every individual person and it’s a very dangerous
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Fears Arrest and is Running Scared From NSA Scandal
Obama is so desperate to
brush aside the governments illegal NSA spying activity that he compared it to the actions of patriot Paul
Read more here: http://www.infowars.com/obama-justifi...
In a speech that was billed as an announcement of "reforms" to the NSA's mass spying practices, the
president argued that the US has a long history of defending liberty by conducting surveillance. Obama even
cited Paul Revere, in remarks clearly designed to justify government spying on its own citizens.
#Obama's justification for #NSA spying: "but Paul Revere did it first!"
— Paul Weiskel (@PWeiskel08) January 17, 2014
To virtually no one's surprise, the president's "reforms" will not stop NSA's mass spying, and this was
immediately evident in the opening remarks of Obama's speech when he attempted to argue that in times of
war, the US has always used surveillance to secure freedom.
"At the dawn of our Republic, a small, secret surveillance committee borne out of the "The Sons of Liberty"
was established in Boston." Obama stated. "The group's members included Paul Revere, and at night they
would patrol the streets, reporting back any signs that the British were preparing raids against America's
Note how in the first sentence, using incredibly Orwellian tactics, Obama has twisted the facts to link
spying to patriotism, and to suggest that the earliest American icons were engaged in the same sort of
activity as today's NSA.
Obama then went on to cite the Civil War, World War II, and the Cold War, arguing that "Throughout American
history, intelligence has helped secure our country and our freedoms."
New Facial Recognition App Scans Crowds To Find
Online Dating Profiles of Women In View
Google Glass, the wearable
computer with an optical head-mounted display, just got a little creepier.
It is an app called NameTag and is billed as the “first real-time facial recognition app for Google Glass.”
According to the NameTag web page, the app “will allow users of Google Glass to capture images from their live
video and scan them against photos from social media and dating sites, including more than 450,000 registered
The company that developed the app, FacialNetwork.com, is busy at work creating the
technology that will “allow the scanning of profile photos from dating sites such as PlentyOfFish.com, OkCupid.com
and Match.com. The technology will allow users to scan photos against the more than 450,000 entries in the National
Sex Offender Registry and other criminal databases.”
The app, now in beta, will be released this quarter. It is currently available for
Google Glass beta testers.
“I believe that this will make online dating and offline social interactions much
safer and give us a far better understanding of the people around us,” according to NameTag inventor Kevin Alan
Tussy. “It’s much easier to meet interesting new people when we can simply look at someone, see their Facebook,
review their LinkedIn page or maybe even see their dating site profile. Often we were interacting with people
blindly or not interacting at all. NameTag on Google Glass can change all that.”
In a press release, Tussy says people will “choose whether or not they want their
name and information displayed to others. It’s not about invading anyone’s privacy; it’s about connecting people
that want to be connected.”
Imagine, though, what will happen when this technology escapes from the zoo.
It will be a dream come true for kidnappers, stalkers, extortionists, and unethical salesmen – a nightmare
pandora’s box of high-tech facilitated abuse.
This article was posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at 2:25 pm
Able to distinguish a person’s face even if 60 percent
March 11, 2014
A company has developed glasses that will give users
not only an interactive, virtual 3-D display, but also the ability to spot individual faces among a crowd of
people, something the company says will aid police in predicting and thwarting “future” crimes.
Capitalizing on the popularity of Apple’s
soon-to-be-released techie eyewear, Atheer Labs has created a set of eyeglasses that give users “immersive 3-D,”
surrounding them “with information wherever [they] turn and look..”
Similar to Google Glass, the Atheer One, as the glasses are dubbed, connects to the web, streams videos, and can
act as a virtual calendar and organizer.
But in a recent interview with CBS Miami, the company’s founder, Allen Yang, touted the glasses as a new crime
fighting tool that will give police eerie Minority Report-like future crime awareness.
“In the optimal scenario, [police] can actually get an alert when they’re patrolling on the streets and they can
prevent something from happening before even the event happens,” Yang said.
And there’s no solace for people wishing to opt out of a
face scan. Unlike other facial recognition software, Yang says the Atheer One’s technology will be so advanced
it’ll be able to produce an image of a person’s face even when the face is distorted or only 60 percent
While being immersed in a virtual 3-D world may sound like fun to some, Atheer One is yet another attempt by the
tech industry to make Big Brother seem trendy.
Consumers eager to get their hands on the latest gadget will obliviously pay for their personal habits and
surroundings to be monitored and logged, while workers on the product’s tech side will likely be granted
uncensored, unfettered, behind-closed-doors access within people’s homes.
“The admitted goal of the CFR is to abolish the Constitution and replace our once independent Republic with a
World Government,” Gary Allen wrote of the globalist think tank in his timeless classic None Dare Call It Conspiracy, and Sen. Ted Cruz has called the organization “a
pernicious nest of snakes” that is “working to undermine our sovereignty.”
The glasses are set to go on sale next month. A standalone pair will cost around $850, while a model that
connects to the Internet through Android devices runs at $350.
This article was posted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 5:20 pm
Facebook (Privacy Hater) CEO Refers to It's Users as
The U.S. Navy had its share of secrets on Treasure Island,
but few were better kept than what’s taking place on a mysterious barge just off the island.
The barge, with a four-story stack of shipping containers, is out in the open for all to see. But the project’s
purpose has been kept under wraps, and virtually no one wants to talk about it for the record, from the harbor
office at Clipper Cove to the Treasure Island Development Authority to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Who You Are – Collected information includes names, addresses, biometrics,
social media accounts .
What You Do – Travel history, communications, financial transactions and
movement of physical assets.
Who You Know – Relational information including family, friends, associates
Context – Contextual data such as demographics, politics, cultural norms
Acloser look at the
upcoming Jade Helm military exercise, specifically its “master the human domain” motto, reveals a larger agenda in
regards to domestic policy.
...“They’re building an infrastructure of tyranny,” stated Infowars David Knight.
“There’s a legal infrastructure with things like the NDAA, there’s a technical
infrastructure with things like the capability to do dragnet surveillance, and then of course there is going to be
a military and law enforcement infrastructure, and those are merging.”
"I freed a thousand slaves; I
could have freed a thousand more, if only they knew they were slaves."
Only the vigilant can maintain their liberties, and only those who
are constantly and intelligently on the spot can hope to govern themselves effectively by democratic
"A society, most of whose members spend a great part of their time,
not on the spot, not here and now and in their calculable future, but somewhere else, in the irrelevant other
worlds of sport and soap opera, of mythology and metaphysical fantasy, will find it hard to resist the
encroachments of those who would manipulate and control it.”