[NetBehaviour] Researchers use brain scans on shoppers.

jilt at debord.ortiche.net jilt at debord.ortiche.net
Thu Jan 4 20:43:44 CET 2007

> I wonder who funded the research?

probably someone who cares and think hes product would be best after those
research.... on human brain.

> I hate shopping as it is, but
> atleast it's not as bad (yet) as Richard Morgans sci-fi where
> advertisements are beamed directly into your mind like hallucinations as
> you walk past shops in the street.
> james.

in Italy we use to say there's no limit to what's worse.

> On 4/1/2007, "marc" <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
>>Hi JIlt,
>>Civil liberties are no longer of value - such respect for humanity will
>>be disposed of so we can feel more secure via product placement & ID
>> laws...

I'm trying to make a documentary build up with opensource software to
explain people what's the "trusted computing group"

It' IS a matter of civil liberties... and I hope it will be seen by people
ho care...

Probably in commercial laws you're right marc, but I think people are able
to be conscious of the state of things about the meaning of teir

hope I made you understand my point of view


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