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Desc:Now cops have optical scanners. Dystopian present week?
Category:Crime, Science & Technology
Tags:taser, scanners, terminator, police state, dystopia
Submitted:baleen
Date:04/05/13
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Comment count is 7
memedumpster - 2013-04-05
Electronics are fragile, and once the jackboot is properly jacked in, it can all be undone case by case on the street with one of a dozen home projects. Get yourselves an Allied catalog, the written works of Forrest M. Mimms III, and get set to unmake the blue ribbon hate bacon.

Please, society, continue making the pigs as dependent on shit electronics as the human cattle they rape and murder.
Adham Nu'man - 2013-04-06
Could you please explain this a little further?

Blue - 2013-04-05
This is a huge fucking boon to everyone else, too. The only problem is that only legitimate police departments will use it.
fractured - 2013-04-08
One issue to consider is the fact that videos recorded by police departments are generally withheld from the public. Videos recorded by the police are not treated as public records.

sosage - 2013-04-05
...I don't get it. Isn't this just a camera that attaches to a cop's goofy Terminator glasses?
sosage - 2013-04-05
oh...I guess 5 stars as well? Ok.

baleen - 2013-04-05
I imagine it will use recognition software, the kind they have in high crime areas and in train stations, casinos and airports. Cops will be able to scan a license plate on a car, for example, and it might immediately scan as stolen. Or they can look into a crowd and see any warrants that might be on any perps with facial recognition software. Sounds kind of like a wet dream for them. It's probably a decade or so away from being truly street useful.

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