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Comments on Speechjammer To End Your 1st Amendment Rights
Try to express yourself now; it's technology with intended consequences. (Read the complete story)

"Holy crap."
( 3/2/2012 12:43:27 PM)
"Interesting that they missed the other side of this coin. After all, it's essentially identical to one method for preventing stuttering in those who do it because of brain problems instead of just shyness. (tho when it's used to correct stuttering, it's done with a hearing-aid type device, that records/replays the person's speech without needing such a large thing as that pictured here)"
(Ashley 3/2/2012 3:35:58 PM)
"I think one of the British spy organisations used this technique when agents phoned in reports. It is possible to train yourself to ignore the sound."
(Peter Jacobs 3/2/2012 5:10:55 PM)
"Nifty. I'll need to remember my noise-cancelling headphones the next time I'm protesting something. "
(Joe the Rat 3/6/2012 8:37:42 AM)
"It's intended use will probably stay that way for the most part until it becomes so common even kids will use it to annoy parents. Silent protests can also be incredibly effective and in some instances have just as much impact or more as one full of yelling. It's the act, not the sound, that makes the protest."
( 3/8/2012 2:52:03 PM)

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