“Surveillance is accomplished”
There used to be objects such as the current smart watches were labeled as electronic bracelet and were worn as punishment by individuals who committed crimes, who were ashamed of having to wear them.
Although it may seem like an inconceivable reasoning we should reflect on that.
Today, these sophisticated and fashionable electronic devices are not only sold at a high price but are desired by everyone and there are individuals who do everything to own one and then bragging to wear it.
Basically, the community is delivering itself in voluntary servitude and is happy with it.
The SmartWatchs combined with the I.O.T. – 5 technology are a dangerous event that the community is undergoing, in consideration of the fact that this technology is still unexplored and is already worn, there are also no specific regulations for which there is a guarantee of safety of the human and civil rights such as the health and privacy of individuals.
It’s clear that there is in fact a radical change in the habit of using this very pervasive technology, with a new paradigm, that is, the transition from taking with you and using a device or wearing it.
Using or taking a device with you mentally means choosing each specific object for its function each time, then, conceptually confirm to yourself that you need it, with a specific intentional choice.
Or even not to want it and therefore not to take it.
Wearing a device means that in every moment of your day in your life that specific object is present even when the choice is no longer voluntary.
To all this we must add that through the I.O.T. connection, these devices will be able to acquire and steal many personal and highly confidential information, recording them, sending and delivering them not only to the companies supplying the services to which the smartwatch is connected but also to any other instrument to which the SW will connect in every movement of the individual who will wear it for billions of other I.O.T. instruments, distributing exponentially (inflational) all personal element.
Electronic tagging is a form of surveillance which uses an electronic device, fitted to the person. For example, an ankle monitor is used for people who have been sentenced to electronic monitoring by a court, or are required to wear a tag upon release from prison. It is also used in healthcare settings with people with dementia and in immigration contexts in some jurisdictions. If the device is based on GPS technology, it is usually attached to a person by a probation officer, law enforcement or a private monitoring services company field officer, and is capable of tracking the wearer’s location wherever there is the satellite signal to do so. Electronic monitoring tags can be also used in combination with curfews to confine defendants or offenders to their home as a condition of bail, as a stand-alone order or as a form of early release from prison. The combination of electronic monitoring with a curfew usually relies on radio frequency (RF) technology, which differs from GPS technology […] read more
An ankle monitor (also known as a tether, or ankle bracelet) is a homing device that defendants under house arrest or parole are required to wear. At all times, the ankle monitor sends a radio frequency signal containing location and other information to a receiver. If an offender moves outside of an allowed range, the police will be notified. Ankle monitors are designed to be tamper-resistant and can alert authorities to removal attempts, such as cutting the band causing a circuit break.
The most common configuration is a radio-frequency transmitter unit that sends a signal to a fixed location receiving unit in the offender’s residence. The residence unit uses either a land line or a cellular network to send information to a service center computer. If the offender is not at their residence at all times, an alert message is sent to the service center, and then sent to the supervising probation/parole officer. GPS units are similar in design, but the offender also carries a GPS cell phone unit that receives a signal from the ankle unit, or both functions may be combined into one ankle unit. Persons subject to a restraining order may also be subject to GPS monitoring […] read more
Internet of things:
is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these things to connect and exchange data, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, resulting in efficiency improvements, economic benefits and reduced human exertions […] read more
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