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Britons 'could be microchipped like dogs in a decade'

Superb!

Now I'll feel so much safer. With all the cameras spying, I mean looking after me I will feel invincible . No criminal or terrorist will dare mess with the UK again .
CCTV obviously stops crime, anti-social behavior and terrorism AND they make good trash TV.
.....despite official Home Office statistics showing that CCTV cameras have 'little effect on crime levels'.
Well we'll ignore that like the ignorant humans we have turned into. I feel much safer honest. Hell I feel like a contestant on Big Brother! I hope the fascist spies sorry camera operators don't laugh when I'm in the shower.

Its totally uplifting that the government have wa.. err spent 500 million on CCTV .

Super dooper - stop complaining you people on the NHS's waiting list especially my uncle who is still waiting for a back operation (5 years and counting). Now uncle you will have people watching you uncomfortably walking around, now that is progress!

Still its only 78% of the crime prevention budget. Its definitely a positive. There is still one thing nagging me. I'm still working out how CCTV actually prevents crime, but being a sheep I'll agree with CCTV and not look at it logically.
Maybe they'll shoot lasers or maybe they'll get people shouting at you to stop being so naughty (Hmmm I'm getting a deju-vu moment- see here - scroll to 25th September)

Now there are serious plans in place to have us all micro-chipped quite literally like sheep. Doesn't the bible warn us against this - the mark of the beast? 666 and all that?

13:16 He causes all, the small and the great, the rich and the poor, and the free and the slave, to be given marks on their right hands, or on their foreheads;

13:17 and that no one would be able to buy or to sell, unless he has that mark, the name of the beast or the number of his name.

13:18 Here is wisdom. He who has understanding, let him calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. His number is six hundred sixty-six.
It's not like the UPC barcode has 666 in every barcode..hang on...

Blimey 666 is on every UPC barcode (it's on me beer can, its on me recently bought DVD)! Still that doesn't mean anything, it is just one of them silly little coincidences.


Anyway that is beside the point. Which sheep I mean human would not want to be chipped? The state would be able to track our every moment and correlate your chip with CCTV and know exactly where you are and what you are doing.

Great. I will be definitely safe from terrorism and crime because they'll be able to erm stop them somehow. But it works honest. We've seen a massive reduction in crime in the UK. Really we have. Maybe if I keep saying it I can convince myself.
In their Report on the Surveillance Society, the authors now warn: "The call for everyone to be implanted is now being seriously debated."
I bet they'll debate it with us Joe Public like they did with us say like going into War with Iraq/Afghanistan. Phew good job we agreed with Mr Bliar, I'm sure we'd be microwaved right now with all their nasty Weapons of MASS DESTRUCTION. Oh looking forward to the trial of Bin Laden. Should be good TV.

I'm also totally sure that these RFID chips will be totally hack proof. It's mega advanced technology. So I feel safe that my personal data will be secure and the state won't use the info for their own agenda.

Yesterday a spokesman for civil liberties campaigners Liberty said: "We have got nothing about these surveillance technologies in themselves, but it is their potential uses about which there are legitimate fears. Unless their uses are regulated properly, people really could find themselves living in a surveillance society."There is a rather scary underlying feeling that people may worry that these microchips are less about being a human being than becoming a barcoded product."
SHUT UP - Stop using logical and well thought out arguments! Don't you realise in order to obtain liberty and freedom:
  • we MUST be controlled
  • we MUST be ordered
  • we MUST be spied on
Ok enough with the sarcasm. I'd honestly rather die than have a chip inside of me. You may think I am being extremist but this is something I feel very strongly about. You may think this won't happen and I'm being paranoid. Fair enough.

But I'm sure the brave troops coming back from WW2 would of laughed that cameras watched our every move. Hell they fought yes they FOUGHT for our freedom YET we've done nothing but GIVE IT AWAY. Where is our SPIRIT? Where is our HEART?

Britons 'could be microchipped like dogs in a decade'

Human beings may be forced to be 'microchipped' like pet dogs, a shocking official report into the rise of the Big Brother state has warned.

The microchips - which are implanted under the skin - allow the wearer's movements to be tracked and store personal information about them.

They could be used by companies who want to keep tabs on an employee's movements or by Governments who want a foolproof way of identifying their citizens - and storing information about them.

The prospect of 'chip-citizens' - with its terrifying echoes of George Orwell's 'Big Brother' police state in the book 1984 - was raised in an official report for Britain's Information Commissioner Richard Thomas into the spread of surveillance technology.

The report, drawn up by a team of respected academics, claims that Britain is a world-leader in the use of surveillance technology and its citizens the most spied-upon in the free world.

It paints a frightening picture of what Britain might be like in ten years time unless steps are taken to regulate the use of CCTV and other spy technologies.

The reports editors Dr David Murakami Wood, managing editor of the journal Surveillance and Society and Dr Kirstie Ball, an Open University lecturer in Organisation Studies, claim that by 2016 our almost every movement, purchase and communication could be monitored by a complex network of interlinking surveillance technologies.

The most contentious prediction is the spread in the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology.

The RFID chips - which can be detected and read by radio waves - are already used in new UK passports and are also used the Oyster card system to access the London Transport network.

For the past six years European countries have been using RFID chips to identify pet animals.

Already used in America

However, its use in humans has already been trialled in America, where the chips were implanted in 70 mentally-ill elderly people in order to track their movements.

And earlier this year a security company in Ohio chipped two of its employees to allow them to enter a secure area. The glass-encased chips were planted in the recipients' upper right arms and 'read' by a device similar to a credit card reader.

In their Report on the Surveillance Society, the authors now warn: "The call for everyone to be implanted is now being seriously debated."

The authors also highlight the Government's huge enthusiasm for CCTV, pointing out that during the 1990s the Home Office spent 78 per cent of its crime prevention budget - a total of £500 million - on installing the cameras.

There are now 4.2 million CCTV cameras in Britain and the average Briton is caught on camera an astonishing 300 times every day.

This huge enthusiasm comes despite official Home Office statistics showing that CCTV cameras have 'little effect on crime levels'.

They write: "The surveillance society has come about us without us realising", adding: "Some of it is essential for providing the services we need: health, benefits, education. Some of it is more questionable. Some of it may be unjustified, intrusive and oppressive."

Yesterday Information Commissioner Richard Thomas, whose office is investigating the Post Office, HSBC, NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland over claims they dumped sensitive customer details in the street, said: "Many of these schemes are public sector driven, and the individual has no choice over whether or not to take part."

"People are being scrutinised and having their lives tracked, and are not even aware of it."

He has also voiced his concern about the consequences of companies, or Government agencies, building up too much personal information about someone.

He said: "It can stigmatise people. I have worries about technology being used to identify classes of people who present some kind of risk to society. And I think there are real anxieties about that."

Yesterday a spokesman for civil liberties campaigners Liberty said: "We have got nothing about these surveillance technologies in themselves, but it is their potential uses about which there are legitimate fears. Unless their uses are regulated properly, people really could find themselves living in a surveillance society.

"There is a rather scary underlying feeling that people may worry that these microchips are less about being a human being than becoming a barcoded product."



Good job! This is good information about CCTV Camera and CCTV System. Nowadays, this business growing well in security industry.

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