[LINK] Airport to tag passengers

Deus Ex Machina vicc at cia.com.au
Mon Oct 16 12:09:36 AEST 2006

Adam Todd [link at todd.inoz.com] wrote:
> At 05:47 PM 15/10/2006, Deus Ex Machina wrote:
> >Jan Whitaker [jwhit at melbpc.org.au] wrote:
> >> industry should thank their lucky stars that the public hasn't
> >> started asking the tough questions yet.
> >
> >nonsense. its just a few self anointed unellected loudmouths that never
> >represent the public and often end up doing more harm then good.
> I was going to say "Like you Vic" as you are unelected and claim to 
> represent the public, but you don't ask tough questions.

I never claim to represent the public adam. and as for your tough
questions? is that the same tough questions that where asked over
barcodes and scanners? yet again I note that barcodes and scanners are
ubiquitous and the privacy lunatics are somewhat quiet about the subject.

its little incovenient truths like that, that make certain people want
to to avoid reality and continue in a land of dark cluelessness.

and I can confidently predict that rfid will be ubiquitous in a decade
and the privacy ratbags will have moved on the whingeing and whinning
about the lastest bit of technology that scares them.

there are no tough question, there will never be a public backlash. 

privacy is the greatest paper tiger yet concieved by our pinko friends.

you are not going to get the public to protest over it, it doesnt create
prosperity, no one is going to be willing to fight and lay down their
lives over privacy. its a soft issue that engages soft minds for lack of
any real meaty subjects. thats because there is not a single principle
remaining in the leftists arsenal that hasnt been discredited.

and besides we already have privacy legistlation. privacy deserves no
further air time.


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