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Posted Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 05:57pm EDT

Challenge Lifelog Given New Life?

Fb looks like a dream come true for the intelligence companies in America. Not does Large Brother must faucet a telephone or rummage by somebody’s rubbish can to gather the information that they so desperately ‘must have’. These days individuals are all too desperate to put up probably the most delicate details about themselves on Fb – every thing from photos of their family members and their present location, to who they’re courting and what they’d for lunch.

It appears to me that the U.S. intelligence providers, who’ve lengthy had an obsessive compulsion for sweeping up detailed info on nearly each citizen on this nation, and who’ve billions of {dollars} and probably the most refined expertise at their disposal, wouldn’t simply sit round twiddling their thumbs ready for such an unimaginable ‘present’ to be invented by some dorky faculty geek.

Maybe they weren’t.

Lately I got here throughout an article in Wired journal that was written in 2004. The article, titled ”Pentagon Kills Lifelog Challenge” was an account of a not too long ago cancelled mission operated by DARPA, the technological arm of the Pentagon. In response to the article, Lifelog sought to ”collect in a single place nearly every thing a person says, sees or does: the telephone calls made, the TV exhibits watched, the magazines learn, the airplane tickets purchased, the e-mail despatched and acquired. Out of this seemingly limitless ocean of data, pc scientist would plot distinctive routes within the information, mapping relationships, reminiscences, occasions and experiences….LifeLog’s backers stated the all-encompassing diary may have become a near-perfect digital reminiscence, giving its customers computerized assistants with an virtually flawless recall of what they’d carried out up to now. However civil libertarians instantly pounced on the mission when it debuted final spring, arguing that LifeLog may develop into the final word device for profiling potential enemies of the state.”

The article went on to say that researchers near the mission weren’t conscious of why it was cancelled and spokeswoman Jan Walker merely chalked it as much as a ”change in priorities.”

Unusual then isn’t it, that the article retailing the small print of this cancelled mission simply occurred to be printed on the actual day that Fb was launched – Feb. 4, 2004.

Fb achieves the entire said ambitions of Challenge Lifelog with not one of the potential illegality. Is it actually an excessive amount of of a stretch to surprise if maybe Lifelog wasn’t cancelled in any case, however was really renamed and despatched out into the world as ‘Fb’ after reaching its preliminary fruits? Actually something that catches on so quick and turns into such a dominant a part of folks’s lives all all over the world should have some critical clout behind it. Particularly when the apparent potential for espionage on a grand scale is taken into consideration.

Is it doable that Mark Zuckerberg may simply be taking part in the function of the ‘gosh golly gee whiz’ public face to assist promote this nefarious deep-state surveillance equipment to an unsuspecting inhabitants? and that probably all his billions of {dollars} aren’t in actual fact his personal however are supplied for him by his handlers? Perhaps this might clarify why in December 2012, Zuckerberg introduced that over the course of his life he plans to provide the vast majority of his wealth to “advancing human potential and selling equality”. Considered from one other perspective it’s doable this might imply he’s taking part in with home cash, and when his service to the mission has expired he returns the fortune by ‘charities’ outfitted with back-doors main proper into the palms from whence it got here, or is pressured to donate it to particular causes which additional their varied agendas.

With out query the timing between Lifelog being ‘scrapped’ and Fb being launched must be sufficient to lift quite a lot of eyebrows. No matter one’s private perception is on this, at occasions, speculative article, I believe we must always all be capable to agree that it’s a horrible thought….nay fully insane, to put up delicate details about one’s self and/or their family members to a platform that has been repeatedly uncovered for promoting folks’s information to 3rd social gathering firms who surprisingly have a vested curiosity in buying such issues. This unhappy state of affairs would have been past unthinkable only a few quick a long time in the past when our dad and mom valued ideas like inalienable rights – e.g. the appropriate to privateness. Someplace George Orwell’s face is contorted right into a horrible grimace as he gazes down upon a world not even his highly effective creativeness may have created.

W.M. Peterson

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