Software Now Allows Tracking of People’s Movements Through Social Media,
Here Comes Big Brother|
Think your romps through the gardens of social media are private, think again!
Raytheon, the world's fifth largest defense contractor and a large multinational security firm, has secretly developed software capable of tracking people's movements and predicting future behavior by mining data from social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter and Foursquare.
In video obtained by the British newpaper the Guardian, reveals how an "extreme-scale analytics" system created by Raytheon can gather vast amounts of information about people from social media websites.
Link to video is here:
Obviously, a global defense contractor developing software that allows their customers (i.e. governments) to track your every movement and gather lots of information about your daily life, should not be a concern of any citizen in the world, since all governments respect the privacy rights of their citizens.
It is clear, that if you use the internet, everything you do is recorded by someone. Actually, everything you do electronically is recorded and analyzed by someone. Welcome to 1984.