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incrediBILL - 11:28 pm on Aug 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
I know the internet isn't private but even when walking in a public place your home address, phone number, heck even your last name remain private unless you tell people.
Privacy? I laugh...
We hear this same silly logic about privacy all the time.
That makes the assumption someone isn't scanning those RFID credit cards as you walk in the door, which is very possible to do.
The local police now have license plate scanners and they know who parks where and can scan you while you're driving as well.
Not to mention those FastTrak things I have on the cars so we can zip thru toll booths without stopping and also paid use lanes. Now they're also being used to track traffic flow in a few places, which could identify where I am if they store that info.
In some places the government runs facial recognition software looking for criminals on the myriad of surveillance camera so anyone that's ever had a mug shot is being tracked.
Plus the cell phone company knows exactly where you are at all times you have the cell phone turned on, wonder if they store that tracking information? I know for a fact that they can pinpoint the location of that phone within a few feet.
Just when you think you're out and away from all prying eyes in the forest, no bars on the phone, no cars or cameras, when you look up smile for satellite photos.