Google Patent Seeks to Transmit Your Cellphone Videos to Law Enforcement
Originally posted on ActivistPoster:
System could have nightmare implications for privacy, freedom of assembly
Paul Joseph Watson
January 31, 2014
Google has filed a patent for identifying when a “mob” event takes place by detecting when a number of cellphone videos or photos are taken at one particular location with the intention of forwarding such information to law enforcement authorities.
“When there are at least a given number of video clips with similar time stamps and geolocation stamps uploaded to a repository, it is inferred that an event of interest has likely occurred, and a notification signal is transmitted (e.g., to a law enforcement agency, to a news organization, to a publisher of a periodical, to a public blog, etc.),” states US Patent #20140025755.
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