Forbidding discussion of something you deny you’re doing is perhaps the biggest tell of all time.
It’s almost like there’s the potential for abuse in the information gathered by unregulated marketplace monopolies determined to mix wanton profiteering with immediate capitulation to government.
Managers are going to increasingly gather data on employees and use that information to evaluate workers on a number of fronts.
Saying “it’s only being sold to law enforcement” DOESN’T MAKE IT BETTER.
Just so damn creepy it defies comment.
It doesn’t work and just makes kids paranoid, deteriorating trust.
Requiring people to enter a facial recognition database just to travel seems unconstitutional and immoral, to say the least.
Considering one of the big reasons these companies wanted to launch their own streaming services is to collect (and then sell) customer data, this is going to go over like a fart in church.
The real and perceived lack of control and concerns about privacy are big enough issues, but what’s truly demoralizing is that people don’t even feel have the power to opt out.
Remarkable how these devices became so pervasive with roughly zero thought given to security.