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hermit_dragon wrote

I'd red this, or an article like this before - but the art for this article reminded me of the suite of biometrics that can be collected once people are incarcerated (fingerprints, voiceprint, dna samples, etc).

Then I thought about how this collection of biometrics could enable planting and manipulating evidence to target people with prior convictions even more. How you could place a persons entire 'presence' where you want it. And I don't trust at all that that's not occurring. >_<


Plebeian wrote

What bothers me is thinking about situations that do not become public knowledge. I worry about the people living under a totalitarian regime.