Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Surveillance Society

The Dictionary is a massive computer that mines, monitors, analyses, interprets and stores all cable and virtual telephony and telecommunications, multiscale spatiotemporal tracking and mapping information allied with dataveillance functions that integrate data with and from: credit cards, bank cards, mobile phones, smartphones, internet traffic, web logs, all physical and on-line retail purchases, customer surveys, focus groups, product information requests, call centre usage, web site cookies, internet search engine data, consumer credit checks, wireless intercepts, and GPS all overlaid with data from other state agencies including the Electronic Patients Records (EPR), National DNA database, DVLC, ANPR, National Automated Fingerprint Identification System (NAFIS), the Violent Offender and Sex Offender Register (ViSOR), Facial Images National Database (FIND), all nationally held biometrics from electronic borders, HMRC and National Taxation Register and the Criminal Justice Exchange (CJX) System - THEY want more?