In cities, there is no privacy, only data gathering

Even if you didn’t use a smartphone or apps or own a cell phone your personal information is still being used to create a profile on your habits. In most cities, everyone’s picture is taken, in Britain the average person is photographed at least 300 times a day, but not only that information that you carry is public, like your license plate, which is photographed and accessed by computers more times than you would like to know every time you enter a parking lot.

Cities are Becoming Huge Data Processing Plants


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