It appears as if <email@example.com> wrote:
|I think this is less likely to have as much impact as public cameras, for
|a few reasons. First, the current trend is towards public installations,
|and police cameras will have more impact on people's behavior than illegal
|peeping toms. Second, the technological improvements necessary to have
|cameras that would be this small and yet still have power, transmitting
|and/or recording capabilities will take longer than those for stationary
|and human carried cameras. And third, by the time you have insect-sized
|cameras invading people's homes there may be technological countermeasures
|that are possible.
1. Lucky people live in jurisdictions where the police may not snoop on them.
This does not hold in most places on the planet.
2. The insect-sized cameras and bugs exist today.
3. The insect-sized cameras and bugs exist today.
So.. what technological countermeasures do not know of, apart from Tempest
techniques, physical access control, and the traditional bug hunting?
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