Mar 092016
 March 9, 2016  Posted by  Surveillance

Joe Cadillic wants to make sure you realize how serious this is as a growing problem. So without additional comment, here’s the email he just sent me:

The Crime You Have Not Yet Committed

The new way police are surveilling you: Calculating your threat ‘score’

Americans are assigned “risk assessments” while travelling inside the US:

American students are given threat assessments:

Prisoners To Be Denied Parole Based On A Risk Assessment:

Risk assessments are being used to sentence people to jail and death:

Universities are using data analytics to assess students mental health and much more:

  3 Responses to “Pre-crime and the growing surveillance state”

  1. Beware Threat-Scoring Software:

  2. And you also had a post that belongs in all this:

    DHS employees use their own judgment to put Americans on Do-Not-Fly list

  3. DHS’s Smart911 want citizens to voluntarily give them their family photos and medical info.

    “Smart911 is a national system that provides citizens with the ability to create safety profiles online holding personal data that is automatically displayed to 9-1-1 only during emergency calls. Information can include children’s photos, medical conditions, disabilities, home addresses of cellphone callers, or other rescue-related information…”

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