Portrait of the Murder Drone Pilot as...

Portrait of the Murder Drone Pilot as a Suburban Psychopath

There are 1 comment on the Poor Mojo Newswire story from Jul 30, 2012, titled Portrait of the Murder Drone Pilot as a Suburban Psychopath. In it, Poor Mojo Newswire reports that:

The NYT wants this to seem cool. The guy at his computer workstation waiting for women and children to leave his target so he can murder him from afar .

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Teame Zazzu

Denver, CO

#1 Aug 1, 2012
Teame Zazzu
WIDE AREA PERSISTENT SURVEILLANCE GOES COMMERCIAL AND DOMESTIC SIMULTANEOUSLY!!
http://www.pixia.com/solutions/stare.php

Commercially Operated Persistent Surveillance Solution (COPSS). COPSS provides customers a commercial turnkey solution to Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI) collection, processing and dissemination. A low-cost daily pricing model provides a rapid access, end-to-end commercial solution for public and private sector customers such as law enforcement, border patrol, federal emergency management officials and private companies.( http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/2011102... )

The general public seems completely unaware that this capability exists or that DARPA military tech is now available for hire by anyone who wants to spy on entire cities or individuals without a warrant and for profit. This technology is the equivalent of having a private investigator follow you around with a video camera and document your every move!! It is a gross violation of privacy and an existential threat to a liberal democracy! PLEASE help raise awareness about this dangerous development. Thank you for all your efforts.

TZ has been aggressively fighting to stop Wide Area Persistent Surveillance (WAPS) or Wide Are Motion Imagery (WAMI) from being used for domestic surveillance in the USA on platforms such as the Blue Devil and other drones. Recently, many of the Universities and private contractors involved in the development of ARGUS and the Gorgon Stare have gone public to reveal the Gigapixel camera and the fact that it is commercially available (for bird-watching? ;). Readers can now browse a WAMI data set and practice stalking civilians at http://release.pixia.com/wami-js-player/

Even more dangerous for civil liberties are the PerSEAS (DARPA program) and PerMIATE software (Kitware, inc.) that make all vehicles and pedestrians movements automatically searchable via converting all movement into “tracklets” or chronographs that generate comprehensive geo-tagged location data as well as 24/7 drone coverage. This software can even track pedestrians in them WAMI data ( http://www.isvc.net/Asari.pdf )
http://udvisionlab.org/research/object_pedest...

Now even CORPORATIONS will have the power to 24/7 stalk citizens as DRAGNET AUTOMATIC COMPUTER TRACKING can be applied to entire cities! PIXIA Inc. has just announced the COPSS program and released its HIPER STARE demo for COMMERCIAL and LAW ENFORCEMENT use. If the idea of local police having this capability is frightening, imagine now that Corporations like the News of the World and Rupert Murdock with able access to this data and abusing it for political influence.

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