I would like to think my friend Mr. A for sending me this link and picture; he is always on the lookout for interesting “security” issues for the CO and I am grateful for his diligence!-SF
This photo was taken in Canada and shows about 700,000 people.
Pick on a small part of the crowd click a couple of times — wait — click a few more times and see how clear each individual face will become each time. Or use the wheel on your mouse.
This picture was taken with a 70,000 x 30,000 pixel camera (2100 Mega Pixels) These cameras are not sold to the public and are being installed in strategic locations by both the U.S. and Canadian Governments.
The camera can identify a face among a multitude of people.
Place your computer’s cursor in the mass of people and double-click a couple times. Scary sharp!! Not so easy to hide in a crowd anymore, huh?
So all of this begs the question, what is the CO to do who wants to stay anonymous in the surveillance state? Besides the OLD “Sunglasses, ballcap and wig” trick, what is left for the CO to do?
If one studies the technology used in the Camoflash, instead of a female clutch, the same thing could be used in a ballcap or hat for a man. Both that ideal and a version of the CV Dazzle with LED lights is outlined HERE.
With the Federal Governments stance being that a citizen has “no right to privacy in a public place” the CO is going to have to either become a hermit or else get creative in how they negotiate the surveillance state in 2015 and beyond. As the title picture stated: 1984 was not supposed to be an Instruction Manual!
Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!