Whether To Design Open Source Public Records Equipment
punks at tfwno.gf
Wed Jun 10 14:45:58 PDT 2020
On Wed, 10 Jun 2020 17:17:54 -0400
Karl <gmkarl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Punk, it sounds like you might be very concerned around this project.
Not about this project in particular. The project is just another example of the uncritical worship of 'technology' that people engage in.
Were you already subcribed when Jim proposed to use retard phones to 'anonymously' track people because of the FUCKING FLU SCARE? Self-parody can't get any better (or worse). Jim proposed more fascist surveillane based on an infinitely idiotic government lie, the very same thing that govcorp is doing
Privacy-Preserving Contact Tracing - Apple and Google
Yeah fucking right.
And did you take a look at this?
you should, it's hilariously retarded and a perfect description of views that must be avoided....unless your aim is to further empower govcorp.
> sounds like you need to know that the situation of people being monitored
> by others will not worsen, is that correct?
Do *I* need to know that? Shouldn't that be something very important for the people PROMOTING the idea? I mean, the technocratic saviours are selling this as 'good'...while ignoring that increasing surveillance is bad. If they are really concerned about state power they would be careful to not play into the state's hands.
> Me, I am very scared around what can happen to me, and what can happen to
> others, and I need to know I will have belief and support around these
> things happening, after they are over. I do not find that belief and
> support without reviewable evidence, at this time. That's roughly where I
> come from.
> Obviously the engineering work will happen anyway by people who care to do
> it rather than discuss it,
yeah the kind of people who act without thinking.
> but it is nice to make sure we are making good
> choices, because we can influence that process a lot.
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