Data is the pollution of the information age.
This is wholesale surveillance; not "follow that car," but "follow every car."
More is coming.
Will not wearing a life recorder be used as evidence that someone is up to no good?
Noam Cohen's friend:
Privacy is serious. It is serious the moment the data gets collected, not the moment it is released.
From last year's best-of:
So many things these days are made to look at later. Why not just have the experience and remember it?
Is more what we really need?
In some cultures you're supposed to be responsible out to the seventh generation -- that's about 200 years. But it goes right against self-interest.