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I reported a little while back about the FBI's nationwide facial recognition system called Next generation Identification (NGI) that is almost fully armed and operational. I did not tell you about their latest big brother project which is a nationwide voice database. Yep, they will be listening and identifying Americans's voices. Via RT:
‘Voice Grid Nation’ is a system that uses advanced algorithms to match identities to voices. Brought to the US by Russia’s Speech Technology Center, it claims to be capable of allowing police, federal agencies and other law enforcement personnel to build up a huge database containing up to several million voices.
This can be down right scary. The article goes on to say:
The definition of ‘suspect’ has been known to be loosely interpreted by US law enforcement agencies in the past. What with the FBI branding people as ‘terrorist suspects’ for buying waterproof matches or flashlights, and the Department of Homeland Security urging hotel staff to notify authorities immediately if a person has tried to use cash and/or hung a ‘do not disturb’ sign on their door, it’s easy to see why many are spooked by the idea that not only can the government see you at all times, it can also hear you.
In fact, combined with the capabilities of TrapWire, this would give law enforcement agencies an unprecedented ability to effectively dismiss both the country’s founding documents and any notion of privacy you may have had.
All of this stuff is being shoved down our throats under the guise of homeland security. It's complete nonsense! This is nothing more than a power play by those in government seeking to gain more control over the population. Wake up America!