Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Apple I-Product Users Are Being Trained To Give Up Their Location
The Cowards of the New World Order do things that are so
very overt that it makes conpsiracy theorists out of ordinary folks, like when they try to institute a RFID-enabled National Id card. And then sometimes they come up with something so subtle, so disguised that people actually wait in long lines to sign up. Such is the case with the "use current location" feature found on all smartphones that let you download and install apps.
Apps like those on the Apple iPhone and the Android phones are getting us to give ourselves away
An increasing number of iPhone apps ask users for their location, which is then used by the application or even uploaded to the app's maker. Apps like the Twitter application Tweetie and Google Maps make frequent use of location data, either to help the user get oriented geographically or to associate the user's action with a specific location.
The smartphone revolution brings with it freedom in one hand, and chains in the other. Devices that will one day be used to track our every movements don't have to be forced on us anymore.
As long as they are wrapped in a cool package, we will volunteer to take them. And that is makingthe job of the New World Order a whole lot easier.