Comments on Let's Hear It For The Vague Blur!
Would you feel better if you were a mere blur to the security forces that monitor our nation's security cameras? (Read
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"Interesting parallel idea on hackaday; this is what amounts to an art project for being anonymous as you move through public spaces. I'm not too sure about the implementation, but it's an interesting idea.
"The following steps show you how to re-create a suit which makes your body appear to be pixelated on public surveillance cameras. The concept is based upon developments around surveillance and society, as we are now entering a new privacy paradigm in which this balance between surveillance authority and civil privacy protection is oscillating."
Finally, I'm being reCognized."
(Bill Christensen 6/18/2008 7:04:14 AM)
"The fact that the people with the password can see everything and the security people watching only makes it worse.This way, in many cases they can not be whistleblowers, when the data is abused. (And all the data of who was there is still there.) It increases the gap of power between the people and the people with the password even more."
(Jasper 6/22/2008 5:12:47 AM)
"Check out more on this story here...http://inhardfocus.com/2008/05/costs-and-benefits-of-face-recognition.html"
(Steve Russell 2/5/2009 8:29:02 PM)