Is Privacy actually now been or about to be severely eroded, that we no longer have control of who, what or when someone potentially accesses our previously shielded brains? Has technology been created that no longer provides us individual defense?
How would this affect CEO's of large corporate organisations?
Have a read, and see what you think?
Can we protect ourselves from attacks? Indeed but how, I can see the Insurance Providers wanting this ability or perhaps a little brain washing will occur - thinking of North Korea for instance?
Could we protect ourselves from such attacks? Or is the Russian research into Psychic abilities or long range searching really not so far fetched, as we once thought?
Tin foil hats all round.
A couple of older quotes:
“The privacy you’re concerned about is largely an illusion. All you have to give up is your illusions, not any of your privacy.”
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison in 2001 http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/oct2001/nf2001104_7412.htm
“You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it.”
SUN Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy in 1999.
as cited at https://www.abine.com/blog/2011/tech-execs-on-privacy/
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