Hiding in a crowd? With FATCA, we know that our U.S. Masters are designing the tools so they can say, “No more ” in relation to our financial accounts.
As an example of how evolving technology is making it difficult to remain hidden or unobserved, I recently saw this picture of a crowd in the Vancouver Canucks Fan Zone along Georgia St. for Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final . It was taken with a camera of 70,000 by 30,000 pixels, or 2100 MegaPixels. It can identify a face in a multitude. This camera is not yet sold to the public, but it might be coming to an IPhone in the future? With our technological trends, all things are possible.
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Place your cursor in the multitude of people and left double click a couple times. It will continue to show the people much closer and closer and closer and CLOSER. Are you there?
Is this a corollary on how FATCA is evolving on the way to a global GATCA? No place to hide? You be the judge.
A few years ago, a 3 megapixel camera was a wonder. That is all they have on the Curiosity Rover on Mars, but you may have 15 megapixels on your phone now as technology races past NASA. One thing I can guarantee you, all government agencies will want a lot of these cameras! Easier to find you!
Here is an explanation on how these types of cameras are created for Argus. Assume it is something similar or simpler for this combined mega mega picture.