|"We've determined you are a threat to our plans"|
Contemporarily, Monsanto is an excellent example, winning every case concerning wind-blown seeds onto other's land, or disease sufferers, often reaching their demise, due to Monsanto's patented chemicals denaturing people's health as well as that of insects, while those same sufferers continue losing suits for suffering the consequences of Monsanto's inventions -- an enterprise operating as a malignant carcinoma on the body of humanity, as well as within the bodies of humans, for no other reason than the unbridled parasitics of insatiable accumulation of wealth, at the expense of human life.
At the consecutive edge of societal surveillance and threat levels as perceived by a "source" -- precedent to predicting future events and pre-arresting people for crimes they have not committed -- a new software used by police to assess contrarian values or presumed "threat" levels for persons or addresses, a software purveyed by Intrado called "Beware" is being sold to police departments and other 'security' enterprises.
The next time you call the police for help, they may very well consider "you" the enemy based upon Beware's algorithms. Read more below.
The surveillance creates vast amounts of data, which is increasingly pooled in local, regional and national databases. The largest such project is the FBI’s $1 billion Next Generation Identification project, which is creating a trove of fingerprints, iris scans, data from facial recognition software and other sources that aid local departments in identifying suspects.