pacho37 wrote:What surprises me most is that so many people don't really seem to care. W10/Google/NSA/FB/the government spying on you? 'Oh whatever, I got nothing to hide...anyway don't bother me now, I need to post a photo of my dinner on FB and tweet that i just returned from the bathroom'.
LOL! Yeah...people put WAY to much information. Also, London led the way with municipal cameras and face recognition software, now becoming de rigour around the world. I love it when criminals think they can get away with anything and then wonder how they got caught.
What also amazes me is what people think is an "invasion of privacy". One guy here thinks planes going over head (small planes with an airport 2 miles away) is an invasion of privacy, and that's not anywhere near what we encounter every day.
It's a very slippery slope from "keeping the populace safe" to "big brother is watching".
$0.02+a grain of salt...